With MITB ppv coming up, why not show some love to the history of the MITB. Since we have like about 10 total MITB winners, decided to have a top 5 along with 3 worst cash ins. This is just my opinion based on the impact it should provide to a storyline, event, and memorable part of it as well.
Best 5 cash ins:
1.RVD-The night of the cash in some believe was on one of the best
Updated 07-03-2012 at 07:53 PM by TheGreatOne
(thoughts n opinions)
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I have probably left a few names off, but I think I did a pretty good job and I hope you can appreciate me choosing a lot of older wrestlers who would help legitimize the WWE Hall Of Fame.
When all was said and done, Lou Thesz had six NWA World Title runs during a time when the belt wasn't passed around like a hot potato, in fact
Updated 07-03-2012 at 09:21 PM by Brendan
For quite some time now, the WWE has been in what is collectively known as the "PG-Era" WWE.
PG WWE is supposed to be famiily-friendly entertainment with the occasional combat sport thrown in.
For as long as the WWE has been PG, one face has been made synonymous with PG WWE.
That face, my friends, is John Cena.
Updated 07-03-2012 at 02:05 AM by Josh Shepard
Before I delve into this week’s episode of Raw, I wanted to straighten something out. It seems that over the past couple of weeks this blog has become less of an objective look at the rivalries in WWE and the way that they play out on Raw every week, and more of a rant against a certain superstar, John Cena. I wanted to take this opportunity to apologise for changing the focus of my blog into something
What is up guys? Time for another edition of WBC! Since last week the topic was top 5 IC Champs since the title was reinstated in 2003, this weeks topic is top 5 US Champs since 2003. This will be an interesting one, as 3 people are going up against each other. Make sure to vote
Hi everyone haven’t done a UFR in a while as I’ve been busy with work (and watching the Euro’s) and UFR takes a few hours to do as I tend to watch the videos and whatnot. This week’s Underrated Feud is the R Truth/Cena feud which took place last year; personally I consider it
Updated 07-03-2012 at 04:50 PM by Callum
Summerslam. Often see as the number 2 of the big 4 PPVs, just after Wrestlemania in importance. But it was actually Survivor Series that appeared in the WWF calendar first, way back in 1987. The first Summerslam appeared the following year in 1988, main evented by the tag match of the Mega Powers against the Mega Bucks.
Even today with the arguably over satuation in the PPV market, Summerslam
Updated 07-03-2012 at 04:30 AM by Michael Burnside
Hello everyone, hope you're all well. My previous blog was about looking back at the first half of 2012 in WWE, and while I'm disappointed that there weren't much comments, I still decided to go with this follow up blog because I've put some thoughts into it and I don't want it to waste. So, here is my list:
1. 1000th Raw: Expect 1000th Raw to be awesome. There have been rumours of Undertaker
Before I start, I would like to thank everyone for the positive support they gave my first blog. For that, I present you with my second blog. This was an blog idea that I was thinking about writing. At the end of the blog, please comment and I hope you enjoy my blog of: What Makes A Superstar?
What Makes A Superstar?
It's midnight. A unknown face is working
Summerslam coming up in August. Might as well show some love to its history by sharing what I believe are the biggest moments in the history of that event. Here is my top 10 which is my opinion.
1.Savage/Elizabeth match made in heaven-How can anyone argue with this being #1?
2.Bret/Bulldog main event-IC title match that some regard the best match in the history of Summerslam. Going
Updated 07-02-2012 at 08:55 PM by TheGreatOne
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