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
How many blogs have I made about TNA crapping all over the product? It is about damn time that I made a positive blog about TNA. Comes during a time when Hogan/Bischoff are gone! No surprise to anyone here, I expect TNA to make strides going forward. Hopefully that is....Which is what this blog is about. Why is TNA's product better than WWE's right now?
Women: First off, no need to
I'm finally back in it.
At the end of 2011, I decided (for a few different reasons) to essentially stop following professional wrestling. Not just WWE - all of it. No 'E, no TNA, no ROH, no Chikara, nothin. It wasn't really for lack of interest, so much as there was just too much else going on that I didn't really have the time anymore. So for just about two years, I gave it up.
So apparently the reason why Eva Marie was smiling and laughing on her way to the back after her elimination at WWE's Survivor Series pay-per-view is because they are now teaching talents that if they are on the babyface side, when they leave the ring they should smile and engage the fans and play their character, not sell the loss.
So let me get this straight: if a babyface got screwed
It's not about fresh talent, it's not about hardcore and it's not about the PG rating. What the WWE needs right now is factions. What made the Attitude Era was not the language and puppies, it was the factionalism. The Ministry, DX, The Nation, The Corporation, Right To Censor...these groups gave the WWE so much latitude in booking. Teams feuding with teams keep things fresh rather than continuously
Aye so this is my first post on this site in general so yeah ahah. This post is just to test waters on putting my opinions on wrestling out there so yeah. We all have those "DREAM" matches that we would LOVE to see, but i am a fan of many random matches and i thought it would be interesting to make some matches that wouldn't be half bad if they happen. So here we go with TNA vs WWE matches
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