I actually received this DVD as somewhat of a surprise, and in fact didn’t even know it existed until I got it in the mail. However, it was a pleasant surprise, and far more enjoyable than I would have guessed.
In case you have not noticed, the WWE is about to bypass Rusev in order to join the Big Show and Mark Henry in a meeting of super heavyweights in the middle of the ring.
A giant 10-man tag team match headlines this week's edition of WWE Friday Night SmackDown.
Roman Reigns teams with the World's Strongest Team to take on the Wyatts this week on WWE Friday Night SmackDown.
I will be the first to admit that there have been many times I have been embarrassed to be a WWE fan. Here is a look back at ten angles that were so corny, I hoped nobody walked in the room as they played out on WWE television.
The only person released by the company on Thursday I find fault with is Drew McIntyre, who had the look of a star and of course – as it is the nature of the WWE – he was never used properly.
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Earlier today, Curt Hawkins was released from the WWE. The former WWE talent was having some fun on Twitter when he found out about his release.
My worst nightmare has come true… I now have to start paying for my own wrist tape again! ****.
— Brian Myers (@TheCurtHawkins) June 12, 2014
Things got serious in a hurry when current WWE star Mark Henry put up...
WWE Main Event
May 20, 2014
The O2 Arena
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Brian and Steve are back for a Monday podcast as they recap Smackdown including Sheamus facing Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns against Mark Henry and the Wyatt Family versus John Cena and The Usos. Plus, they talk about the WWE upcoming TV deal which could be announced later this week, Jim Ross returning to announcing, Dixie Carter getting baited on Twitter and more.
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Even with impasses between WWE and its increasingly-defiant fans, there are some comforts that forever beckon. One is The Undertaker's 21-match streak of WrestleMania victories, which will be defended once more (and likely added to) this year.
Nothing will whip the crowd up into a frenzy like going down to ringside and throwing things around. Like chairs. Like monitors. Like…other wrestlers. Folks tune in to pay-per-views sometimes just to watch the Spanish announcers table get pummeled to pieces.
One of the main reasons wrestling fans tune in each week is because they love to be surprised. And because of its scripted nature, professional wrestling can offer those big, shocking moments in a much more strategic way that most other sports programs. Cliffhangers you can’t miss? Good guy/bad guy turns? Dramatic run-ins and historic battles? They’re all a piece of the...
Brock Lesnar returned to the WWE to make a big announcement. Lesnar and Paul Heyman were welcomed back by Triple H and the Authority on the final RAW of the year. Unfortunately there is always one superstar who pays a hefty price when Lesnar returns and this past week that was Mark Henry.