After watching CM Punk’s New Nexus take shape on Raw, and the rise of Wade Barrett’s new group, the Corre, on SmackDown – I’ve been bit by the faction bug!
For quite a while, I’ve been thinking up Factions that I would like to see form on WWE TV, as well as potential tag teams to give new life to the near-death WWE Tag Team Division of today.
Allow me to begin by saying i may be slightly biased and i am the first to admit it, i have always been a fan of the Hardy Boyz and the rest of the carolina group (i do agree that as of late Shane Helms has been way outta line). however, i go around, and i see this hatred towards certain parts of the product, and certain wrestlers, and it leaves me asking why.
TNA- ok, yes, some of
Updated 01-31-2011 at 02:14 AM by Frank
So Crimson warned some select members of Immortal that "They" were coming for them now.
Speculation grew that it would be the Main Event Mafia, and now with Scott Steiner's return in a suit, you have to assume it is the Main Event Mafia.
Lets take a look at what type of feud were talking here between Main Event Mafia and Fortune, first by running down who
Here is a list of the best possible options in my opinion to make this years mania card.
Undertaker V Sting:
I realize this is a long shot, but as of public knowledge Sting is a free agent, and honestly who wouldn't buy Mania for that match alone.
Undertaker v Tripple H:
This is a better possibility. we know HHH is returning any time now. I just can't imagine
Well for a while now ive been thinking about why CM Punk would join Nexus and/or why Nexus would let him, and it got me thinking, but there have been a few things that i beleive could show that CM Punk wasent just randomly added too the Nexus.
Here are some weird thing they had/have in common.
1. Nexus debuted through a match between CM Punk vs John Cena?
2. It was after
I have watched wrestling since the mid-90's of WCW and WWF, and that was really when wrestling was at it's hype. Once my favorite wrestling companies WCW and ECW was ran into the ground (mostly because of themselves)and Vince got all of the spoils of war , then i started watching the only wrestling company around and last big one which is WWE.
When i first saw
Updated 01-28-2011 at 04:52 AM by Jaceshadoe
Today is 1/25/11, and I had to sleep on this before writing this week's blog.
Last night's Raw had almost everything right that WWE needed to do to give us the show we wanted. Great build up, so fun story telling, hell even character development and energy for feuds. It also let me down worse than a Kizarny promo (side note, he has popped up in CHIKARA, and being used right it seems).
So it is the largest Royal Rumble in history, huh?
More chances to be exciting, more chances to be unpredictable, more chances for no one to care whatsoever about arguably the greatest gimmick match in history. Sure 40 men would have been great 8 or 9 years ago when the brand split first occurred, but how the hell is WWE going to pull this off while making people still care?
Updated 01-24-2011 at 09:26 PM by YOUcanCALLmeCRACK
As the title says, I have enjoyed the Nexus angle a lot, and like that new stars are being pushed however I do think that because the WWE hasn’t come up with anything original or indeed slightly exciting in years the Nexus have been seen as the saviours but again WWE is becoming sloppy and boring with the story writing.
It kind of seems as though some ones gone, hmmmm CM Punk has
How I look back at the RAW IS WAR days, and looking at Raw now, I can not help but miss the good ol' days if you want to call them that, as I miss Good Ol' JR. I believe most would at least agree (hipefully) with me on that point. I can even remember the specific days of the old RAW, lets just say, 3/22/99. Stone Cold comes out with a Beer Truck and Sprays down the Corporation! I mean, that could
Updated 01-28-2011 at 01:22 PM by sublimer
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