So, I was just sitting at home watching some old wrestling videos on youtube and I got to thinking, what happened to this person and their push. That person was doing great in the feud got over, or in some cases didn't, and then just fell off the map. This list is based only on the talent in the WWE, as I have not been watching TNA enough to know if any super failed pushes. My list is based on people
I don't know why so many people complain about a lot of things with PPV these days, for example the lack of build for sheamus v kofi kingston's table match at extreme rules this year. i quite enjoyed a surprise match being thrown in during the attitude era, and after that (I can't remember too much before then regarding this topic i'm writing about now. Yes build is fantastic and a pre requesite
Updated 10-09-2011 at 10:28 PM by Frank
Hey guys, Knox here. Hope all is well with the IWC, EWN community. I'm writing this blog because I had alot of bad backlash on my last blog titled "WWE Classics On Demand". I wrote that blog to simply advertise the WWE's great program they offer which provides us with great action from WWF, WCW, ECW, NWA, Mid-Atlantic Wrestling, WCCW and more.
I got a comment saying that
Updated 10-10-2011 at 12:29 AM by knox
Please read my blog on 'my thoughts on the walkout storyline' as this blog is a continuation of that.
I would like to use this blog to discuss the possible guys that may be pulling the strings and give my opinion of who id like it to be.
Kevin Nash - of course it is possible the Nash may be behind it all, however this would be a massive disappointment and i don't believe
As i mentioned in my last blog, i believe there is a buzz/excitement around the WWE similar to the one before we got the attitude era and i am tuning in every week to see if they produce something special. I would like to take the time now to give my thoughts on how they could really improve the story.
Personally, i thought bringing HHH in as COO was a brilliant decision as it meant:
Updated 10-09-2011 at 10:29 PM by Frank
Hi Splashers. Thanks to one of my readers “Blink”, I took a second look at my last blog, and I wasn’t too pleased with it. There are some things you said that I disagreed with, but in general I saw your point.
Moving on, I’ve seen “Top Five” , or “Top Ten” everywhere. I
In recent months we have seen some compelling and interesting storylines from the WWE, from CM Punk's first "Pipe Bomb" promo up to the walkout on RAW and even into SmackDown territory. This got me to thinking what caused all of this uproar, who is behind it, and why.
First off - CM Punk's promo before his match against John Cena at MITB shook the IWC and the wrestling
Updated 10-08-2011 at 11:39 AM by Dr. Death
Today we will look at the greatest Rematches in Wrestling history, Matches that were better the 2nd time around. Some times you see a match between 2 men and it blows you away, then they have a Rematch, You Think No way they can live up to the standards of their first match but they go out and top it. These are rematches to Great classic matches that surpass the orginal.
Updated 10-08-2011 at 12:25 AM by THE_CRIPPLER
1. Hulk Hogan vs Sting Starcade 1997
Say what you want. Talk about Flairs vs Steamboats, Flairs vs Hogans and all the NWA and WCW matches that has come to pass, This match was set to be the biggest match in NWA/WCW history.... This match was built 1 year in advance, Its was the cumulation to the WCWs biggest storyline (maybe the biggest storyline
This Blog is dedicated to anticipated Big Time matches that disappointed or didnt live up to standereds. Matches we thought were going to Change the face of wrestling or set a new standered but end up being a embarressment, Matches we thought would always be remembered but now we like to just forget them, Dream matches that turned out to be Nightmares, anticipated rematches that resembeld nothing
Updated 10-07-2011 at 10:16 PM by THE_CRIPPLER
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