It is that time of the year again, talking about the best moments and matches of the year. Wondering who is going to win the Royal Rumble and who is going to have a big year next year. It is time to make a Christmas list, a list of things I want from both TNA and WWE. Let's be honest, it is all about what us fans want. At least, that is what they claim. Here is what I want from TNA/WWE in 2014:
Jeff Jarrett leaves and everyone thinks that TNA is headed for extinction. Well first and foremost Jarrett has been mostly involved with AAA wrestling in mexico for the past two years. In reality he just re-started doing booking and behind the scenes work. Especially with Hogan and the Bisch departure. So what are you going to miss, since he hasn't wrestled in TNA regularly since 2011 and before then
Love him or hate him, Batista is coming back, and that is great news for the WWE universe.
I personally found Dave Batista to be quite bland for the majority of his main event run. As the powerhouse in Evolution, I loved him, and was a bit disappointed when he left Evolution to go after Triple H and his gold solo, but that was more to do with the fact that I just loved Evolution so much
Welcome Back to Wrestling is Bischoff!!! In this blog I am going to dive into what I would like to see happen next with Bray Wyatt.
Luke Harper and Eric Rowan recieve a tag title shot against Goldust and Cody Rhodes at The Royal Rumble. After a great match The Wyatt Family loses.
Later on in the night, Bray Wyatt enters the Royal Rumble,(Bray Wyatt
All great booking looks towards the future; therefore to properly book the Royal Rumble, we must choose our goals. What outcomes do we want, what feuds do we want to build, with the Royal Rumble? Answering this question sets us on the Road to Wrestlemania.
The past five Royal Rumbles have had between 45 & 55 minutes of preliminary matches, so we should aim for 4-6 undercard
Updated 12-21-2013 at 01:10 AM by Forrest_McDonald
Some people, I would say the majority of wrestling fans out there believe the #2 of the big 4 is the Royal Rumble. Biggest show of the year, behind Mania is the Royal Rumble. Why? It is the start of the road to WM. Along with a match that comes by 1x a year where people are guessing who will win this match. The winner goes on to face the world champion at WM. That along with some surprise entrants
Updated 12-18-2013 at 06:56 PM by TheGreatOne
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What we can expect from wrestling in 2014
2013 has been an odd year for wrestling; WWE was on the verge of creating huge new stars in Ryback and Daniel Bryan but ultimately returned to John Cena as their focus point. In what should have been the best year for the company since it was founded, TNA, struggled on the road and ended up returning to Orlando. Ring of Honor has continued to
-Slam of the weak-
Both use hinge joints, whether an elbow or a knee, propelling whether jumping side to side or up & down.
The Vastly growing popularity of a bearded wrestler, known for great matches (#steamboat)
#For the record, hashtagging is only legible with comical irony...
Its all chicken scratch otherwise..
Updated 12-14-2013 at 03:57 AM by LUCIDFREUD
Well Raw certainly turned it on didn't they.
No I am not referring to the Slammy Awards, and for once I'm not talking about the genuine wrestling. I am talking about the ending segment which involved 20 current and former world champions, hyping the upcoming TLC PPV.
Now I have been reading a couple of entries posted on the newsfeed, and first time ever, was actually interested
Updated 12-11-2013 at 02:02 AM by Mr. Right
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