This blog is dedicated to the memory of Paul Bearer.
What's up everybody? Renevious here. Now it's been a seriously long time since I've written a blog, but there's a topic out there that I just can't leave alone anymore. And in the wake of the legendary Paul Bearer's passing, I feel like this must be addressed. That, my friends, is the lost art of being a a good and effective heel. Wrestlers
What's up guys? Renevious here again, back after a little bit of a hiatus from the blog scene. The truth is, aside from just being generally busy, I haven't really been inspired to write about any specific topic in a while. Maybe I just got a little complacent doing the WBC blogs and having Bearkg88 spoon feed me stuff to write about that I lost sight of my own stuff. Anyway, I'm back now, and there's
What's up everybody, Renevious here again. I hope all of you are doing well and thanks in advance for reading. This is probably going to be one of my shorter blogs, but I can't promise anything. We'll just have to see where the muses take me. Anyway, I'm here to talk about why I feel that Money in the Bank needs to go away.
If you go back and look at my old blogs, I'm sure you'll find
What's up everybody, Renevious here again. I'm sorry I haven't been writing as much original stuff as I would like, but I've been putting most of my focus into the WBC blogs lately. But there are some things that I really feel need to be discussed, and this is one of them.
Up until now, my 'Lost Gems' series has been about either pay per views that don't get mentioned these days when
What's up everybody? Renevious here. I know it's been a couple months since I've posted a blog that wasn't part of the WBC competition, so this is a bit overdue. I just want to start as always by thanking everyone who reads my material. I really do appreciate your time and especially appreciate your comments. With all that being said, I'd like to talk about the most underrated superstar in the history