I'm sorry, I just can't do it. I keep trying to sit through TNA, I keep giving it chance after chance but it just isn't good. Granted I have been watching wrestling for over 30 years. I've been through WWF (since the early 80's), NWA, World Class, AWA, WCW, Smokey Mountain, and WWE. I have always loved WWF/E best and always will. At one point I liked TNA but they are falling into the WCW trap.
Updated 01-20-2011 at 09:53 PM by The Hipster
Hello and welcome back to the FCW: THE FUTURE OF THE WWE im your host JohnnyPhantom! In my first addition we saw my spotlight of Seth Rollins/Tyler Black and some of his past accomplishments and what we all hope of him in the coming weeks and months in the big times! Many of you were familiar with Rollins/Black and for those of you who werent i hope your eyes are open to this wrestling superstar.
Ever since resource shortages which were caused by world wars, the world greatly encourages recycling. But does that mean the wrestling world should do the same?
From the typical "bad-guy good-guy" to the old WCW NWO stables, the two biggest wrestling promotions of today (TNA & WWE) have reused the stables and story-lines that have made their companies bigger and better.
Updated 01-18-2011 at 01:24 PM by VKM
As a Connecticut voter I heard the expression "Linda MacMahon:Profits Over People" quite a few times during the 2010 Senatorial campaign, which I didn't buy the way Blumenthal meant it. I do agree with the statement if by "people" you mean adult wrestling fans though. The WWE has watered down it product to the point that it is barely watcheable anymore. They have absolutely sacrificed
Today is 1/27/2011, and I am being hopeful for WWE this year. Tonight's RAW was exactly what we needed, and now seeing Punk truly taking flight.
I will get to that more in a bit, but first, why this is what we are needing. Yes it started about Cena, but it evolved to again, being about the belt. And with the Rumble coming up where all the drama is being tossed into one big ole match
FCW! The Future of the WWE.
Ive always been a great fan of wrestling and the process of creating the newest stars of the future. The way that someone such as the Miz can come up from Tough Enough and rise to the top of the WWE and become the world champion beating the likes of Randy Orton, Edge and so on and so forth. With WWE formally having Ohio Valley Wrestling pushing out star
Hey guys! I know i've already posted a blog prediciting all 30 superstars for the Royal Rumble, but I was just informed, via Facebook, that this year WWE is putting 40-men in the Royal Rumble.
So I decided to list the 40 entrants that I think will participate in the match, with some returns included...
1. John Cena
2. Rey Mysterio
3. CM Punk
Well I guess the title says it all, in no way is there any chance of John Cena turning heel in the next year at least.
I'm sick of going on to different websites and seeing guys talking up and creating scenarios where Superman turns heel. Cena is too much of a cash cow for Vince McMahon that there is no chance in hell he would turn him heel.
Look at the facts Cena is
This blog is dedicated to one of my favorite wrestlers in WWE currently. He is the United States champion, "American Dragon" Daniel Bryan (Danielson). After reading, please do take a second and leave a comment about what you read.
Alright. Now, hopefully, I am not the only one that's realized Daniel Bryan has not defended his United States championship since his match against
Hey Guys, Hope all is well.
TNA has been a great company with on and off moments but for the most part they have been Ok. There are a couple of things stopping TNA from being number 1 though. I will count them down from 5-1. Please pay attention to the Number 1 reason because it is a huge reason that overshadows the other reasons.
5. Lack of Travel
Updated 01-16-2011 at 01:07 AM by knox
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