I, like others I’m sure, don’t really care for Brooke Hogan’s involvement with the Knockouts on TNA. TNA has stated that she’s there to get the Knockouts some more media coverage which, personally, I don’t think they need. Let’s be honest here, Brooke has absolutely no reason to be involved with wrestling at all because she’s had little to no experience in that world in any way, shape,
Updated 06-13-2012 at 06:46 PM by LostOmega
MONEY IN THE BANK
i know that money in the bank is a month away but i am really excited to what it can bring so here are some matches i think will happen.
Submission match for the WWE championship
Cm Punk & Daniel Bryan
i think if this happens it has the potential to be one of the best matches on PPV. Because these two have great chemistry and it would be really
I recently voiced my 2 cents on the current WWF product as an Attitude Era Fan who has began watching wrestling agin after a few years away from the tv shows.
I got a lot of reactions over my comments surrounding the weaker aspects of the attitude era that history seems to overlook, and highlighted some of the glaring similarities between the product then and now,
Following on from the top 10 moments in TNA history, I bring you the top 10 matches to come from TNA in the past 10 years. These matches will be based on both the quality of the match as well as the impact (no pun intended) they had. So without further ado here is the 10 ten matches of TNA.
10. America’s Most Wanted vs Triple X (Six Sides of Steel: Turning Point 2004)
Why and what has the WWE become in recent years? Where has the talent, the interesting story lines and the variation gone?
I first started watching the WWE in 1998, in fact that was when I first discovered wrestling, back when WCW was on Channel 5 here in Britain, and there was so many memorable moments from that year up until five years back when things started to change and great performers
Hey everyone. This is the Kingcobra coming back at ya!! Well my last blog was in 2010 but I'm gonna be blogging regulrly form this point forward! So hoping this blog is good. I have been watching WWE week by week month by month and year by year and I have been waiting for a Kofi Kingston heel turn or a major championship push or a Tyler Reks big push and to be honest I have ben truly upset. These
In 2005 we seen very similar roads to gold with, John Cena & Batista beating there respective oppositions at Wrestlemania 21. This was done by taking arguably two of the most over superstars of that year and feuding them with great champions (HHH & JBL).
I was thinking what pure gold it would be to replicate this to some extent with two stars that are in my opinion the next John Cena
Hey guys Knox here hoping all is well. Just wanted to talk about the whole Ryback, Goldberg ordeal. As a huge fan of Ryback, this interests me because while I was never and I mean NEVER a fan of Goldberg, he actually is miles ahead of Ryback and I'll tell you why.
Difference #1: Crowd Reaction
I won't call this the PG Era because they've been getting edgier on their product but
TNA 10: Top 10 moments
In this blog I will be counting down my top ten moments in TNA history, I believe myself to be fan of both WWE and TNA and more importantly professional wrestling as whole. I proudly say I have watched TNA since the first PPV from Huntsville, Alabama (mainly because it was on free television here in the UK). I stopped watching a few times but always kept up on the storylines.
This week’s Raw can best be described as nothing more than a knockout.
Everyone knew ‘the boss’, Mr. McMahon was coming back to evaluate Johnny Ace’s job performance this Monday night. More importantly, everyone knew Ace would not be fired. It just didn’t make sense on a variety of levels.
Level one – with no Johnny, Big Show versus John Cena at No Way Out has no relevance
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