Wrestling fan’s simply don’t forget, when Bray Wyatt debuted, fans chanted Husky Harris, during the Ascension’s debut, LOD was chanted. Both of those references were years ago, so when WWE insult our intelligence by forgetting key pivotal storylines makes it very hard to believe anything. WWE appears to be in a very difficult place right now, morale inside the locker-room is...
It was just a few months ago that the pro wrestling world was talking about Bray Wyatt. Today Wyatt is an afterthought, rarely mentioned among today’s WWE topics. Has the rising star of Bray Wyatt faded out?
Roman Reigns teams with the World's Strongest Team to take on the Wyatts this week on WWE Friday Night SmackDown.
Since debuting last year, the Bray Wyatt character has taken a few hits. While his entrance and the sudden appearance of his “family” were pretty cool, beat-downs of nobodies like Kane and R-Truth didn’t do much to really help us get a grasp on just who Bray was and what it is he can do.
In just one year on the WWE main roster, Bray Wyatt has become one of the most compelling characters on WWE television. He recently spoke with Brian Fritz of BetweenTheRopes.com about facing Chris Jericho this Sunday at WWE Battleground. During the interview, Bray Wyatt discussed what the last year has been like since his WWE debut, being a third generation star, and when he knew...
The wrestling world is still buzzing about the return of Chris Jericho. The former WWE champion returned on Monday Night RAW in a rare surprise moment. Jericho’s return couldn’t have come at a better time for WWE fans.
WWE Money in the Bank delivered the high intensity and excitement that comes with the annual stunt-show . This year's event also served up a predicttable new WWE world champion and a Money in the Bank classic that saw Seth Rollins grab the briefcase with a little help from a friend.
Putting the belt around the waist of Bray Wyatt makes the most sense. Of the seven participants, he has captured the most overall notice with a climb to the top of the WWE charts that has been equal parts sinister and charismatic.
Now that we all know the seven participants in the Money in the Bank Ladder match for the WWE World Title, let the handicapping begin. Everyone has their favorites and why. Include me in that process.
Regardless of who wins, I’ll just be thankful that they will move in a new direction with Daniel Bryan and keep him out of that Kane feud…at least I hope so anyway.
In the wake of the recent WWE Payback event it has become overwhelmingly clear that there are no plans to put the brakes on the John Cena promotional machine anytime soon. If there was ever an appropriate time to put an end to the invincible nature of Cena it was during the Bray Wyatt last man standing match at Payback.
John Cena may have won the battle but in reality he did not win the war with Bray Wyatt. The cryptic leader of the Family and the followers is building a following that could be compared to the masses of the voiceless WWE fans who followed CM Punk while he was with the company.
Some of the most fun WWE pay per view events are the ones that look terrible on paper. Payback 2014 was one of those special events that exceeded expectations. Fans can argue results, but the champion-less crew delivered in front of an always hot Chicago crowd.
This week's WWE Friday Night SmackDown wraps up the road to Payback and features Bray Wyatt in a Last Man Standing Match and a champion vs. champion bout.
According to rumors, the WWE has made contact with Chris Jericho about a potential return to the company. Jericho – who has been involved intensely with his band Fozzy and tour dates - emphatically has demined the notion that he will return to the company anytime soon.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter is reporting that the new WWE United States Champion Sheamus was involved in a physical altercation with Jorge “Sin Cara/Hunico” Arias at this week’s WWE TV tapings in New York. No other details are confirmed at this point except for that Arias got the better of Sheamus. One would assume that the decision on whether any further...
WWE will be presenting Extreme Rules 2014 in a few hours and the lines won’t stop moving. Instead of giving the same predictions blog you can find on 100 websites, I thought I’d have a little fun with mine and spice them up…Vegas style!
The WWE is at the start of a new era in history with its current youth movement. Several stars appear destined for big things in the WWE, but how many will truly live up to the potential expected by the office and more importantly, the fans?
WWE Extreme Rules 2014 is still a few weeks away but reports of a possible card have leaked out. I think it’s fair to say that if these reports are true, the WWE aren’t as hot on pushing Daniel Bryan as you would have thought coming out of WrestleMania 30.
Now that the WrestleMania 30 dust has settled it is time for the WWE to get cracking on WrestleMania 31. I thought it would be fun to take a look at a potential card a year ahead of time and try and predict a card for the 2014 San Jose event.
Did you know that WrestleMania XXX is the first Mania since 2000 to have nobody over the age of 40 win? Undertaker turned 40 in 2005, so you can write off 21 onward through 29. 20 had Flair win, 19 had Hogan, 18 had DDP, 17 had Iron Sheik (in an old-timer's match, but still).
As hard as it to see this happening, we are witnessing another “era” before our eyes. We see Triple H in the Vince McMahon role, Daniel Bryan trying to be Stone Cold, The Wyatts calmly trying to imitate anything related to Kevin Sullivan and The Shield making the Fabulous Freebirds proud.
With just a few weeks to go it appears that the WWE has their main WrestleMania 30 card set. The annual extravaganza will deviate from past events that featured names from the past and in an effort to launch the next generation of WWE superstars.
The transformation was done the right way and the most believable way. Wyatt was off the main scene for about a year and a half, trying on different personas out of the hot spotlight that is WWE. And when he and WWE Creative found the right one, they ran with it.
I have been overly critical for months about the WWE and its use of wrestlers in six-man tag matches to find a way to keep its current roster active – if not happy. But what I witnessed last night at the Elimination Chamber was total perfection.
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