Sometimes, there are comments made by wrestlers that just stick with you as gospel in the business. This spot remains true to that belief.
This week on SmackDown, The Rhodes brothers defend their WWE Tag Team titles against the Wyatts.
In recent years, it seems like tag-team wrestling has taken a back seat to singles competition. Compared to the tag-team division of the late 80s and 90s, modern sports entertainment has seemed content to pair up random singles wrestlers to be partners, in a “throw it on the wall and see what sticks” mentality. And it’s been…. fine. Luckily, WWE decided to up its game...
Call him an underdog, call him a true main eventer, call him what you will. Truth is, Daniel Bryan was WWE's MVP for 2013, filling the calendar with great match after great match, and receiving nuclear crowd reactions seemingly every time out.
Finally, we are passed that repulsive time in WWE between SummerSlam and the Rumble. It is rather comical that people really thought this "Best for Business" storyline had potential to emit electricity into WWE's worst time period of the year.
The rumors and speculation regarding WWE WrestleMania 30 matches appears to change monthly. It seems that this is the first Mania in years where fans don’t have any indication of where things are going. That is what makes these predictions fun.
WWE superstar Cody Rhodes talks about this Sunday’s Survivor Series pay-per-view, being a part of a traditional elimination team match on the show, the holidays growing up in a wrestling family, why he hugged Rey Mysterio on Raw when the two men feuded the last time they were around one another, on what happened with the Bed Bath and Beyond card the McMahons got him and his wife...
Three weeks after the rather disappointing PPV, "Battleground," WWE attempts to prevent fans demanding refunds with "Hell In A Cell," which airs this Sunday, October 27th. The PPV takes place in Miami, FL, at the American Airlines Arena.
Yes, welcome to the WWE – the company that has just as many woes as TNA and at times, looks like is struggling as much as WCW did.
Two weeks ago, the Rhodes Brothers (Cody and Goldust) were not employed by WWE and still won WWE Wrestler(s) of the Week. This week, they are WWE Tag Team Champions and once again winners of the weekly award.
You know you are getting older when you have to fight with yourself to remain awake to until 11pm to see a wrestling match. I suppose the Flintstone’s Vitamins aren’t working anymore and we need to change to the stuff with more iron in them.
The American Dream Dusty Rhodes has major heat with WWE management for a recent promo which saw him go off script. Yet the result was one of the most compelling RAW segments in months proving once again how misguided the WWE brass are when it comes to promos.
WWE Battleground 2013 lived up to the billing by delivering one of the worst pay per view events in recent memory. A controversial WWE championship match finish has left fans angry and upset for the second month straight.
For the first time in the history of WWE Wrestler of the Week, the winners are not even technically employed by the WWE. Of course, we can argue that it is all kayfabe, but on screen, Cody Rhodes was fired and his brother Goldust does not work for WWE.
This Sunday WWE presents the first Battleground pay-per-view live from Buffalo, New York. Unfortunately, Buffalo is way too far for me to attend this one. At the same time, I wouldn’t be particularly interested in attending this event.
Cody Rhodes wrestled what should have been a dramatic match this past week on WWE RAW. Rhodes was wrestling for his career and yet nobody seemed to care. Why would any fan care when they have seen the stipulation disregarded multiple times over the last several years?
The Rhodes family has been fortunate to have three individual stars who have had their shining moments at one time or another over the last six decades. Yes, I said six decades.
This Sunday, WWE will present the 26th edition of SummerSlam live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. One year ago, I began writing my predictions for WWE pay-per-views and I started out very well.
Josh Mathews welcomes us to WWE Main Event. The host of SummerSlam, The Miz, joins Mathews on commentary tonight.
Here is the full card for WWE Summerslam on Sunday, August 18 from the Staples Center in Los Angeles and live on pay-per-view. WWE Championship: John Cena vs. Daniel Bryan with Triple H as special referee CM Punk vs. Daniel Bryan World Heavyweight Championship: Alberto Del Rio vs. Christian Ring of Fire Match: Kane vs. Bray Wyatt Cody Rhodes vs. Damien Sandow Dolph Ziggler...
Oh you didn’t know!? You better call somebody because it’s time once again for WWE Wrestler of the Week. This week a number of superstars and even divas were in contention for the award.
If you have noticed, Cody Rhodes is mad he was beaten for the briefcase by Damien Sandow, not the fact Sandow has the briefcase. Two entirely different topics, but one great scenario (The Reeses of professional wrestling).
Although I was not a fan of Curtis Axel before his transformation into the wrestling character he is today (he was Mike McGillicutty as part of the Nexus), I have to say the current Intercontinental champion in the WWE does intrigue me due to his overwhelming potential.
Welcome to the very first edition of the Meet the Pro Wrestling Press podcast as well as the very first Camel Clutch Blog audio series. On this episode we talk WWE Money in the Bank, Randy Orton, Daniel Bryan, the Ultimate Warrior, Sting, and more.
In a few strolling moments, we all became Cody Rhodes fans. After what was an amazing night for the WWE, there are so many questions left to be answered. Where do you begin after seeing the best pay-per-view of the year for the company?