Could someone put out an APB on Batista? The “Animal” as we all knew and loved four years ago – a man on fire and intense as the day is long. Where has he gone and can anyone help find him?
Returning from my sofa and Olevia flat-screen on a snowed in afternoon, it's time to sit back and take in the sequel to the original WWE WrestleMania, oddly enough called WrestleMania 2. Tagline for the event: "What the World Has Come To."
Christian is already in the ring as WWE Friday Night SmackDown opens. I'm curious how long they're going to keep this Sheamus/Christian thing going, especially since Sheamus has beaten him in three straight singles matches over the last couple of weeks already.
How can Vince McMahon expect the fans who come to the Big Easy to be excited when the matches they want to see are not listed on the card as of yet? How can he expect the fans to be excited when Batista’s return been just as bad as the fall of Dolph Ziggler?
It's time to have a look at the original WWE WrestleMania, as we gear up for numero twenty six. So journey back in time with me as we go to an era where muscleheads were becoming all the rage, and Vince McMahon panhandled to celebrities to enhance his product.
TNA Impact Wrestling starts off with Team Roode (with Zema Ion, minus Austin Aries) making their way out. The Bromans apparently regained the World Tag Team titles at an event in Japan. Bobby Roode says that, in 3 days, you're looking at the man who will own 10% of TNA.
Now that we know Undertaker will face Brock Lesnar and John Cena is headed for a crash course with Bray Wyatt, the WWE must at some point address the most glaring question left unanswered in the company - Will Kane ever find the ring again on a full-time basis?
The magic tricks that would be laughed out of even the most low-budget casino shows. How the company was trying to get fans to believe that it was actually The Ultimate Warrior in the role and how he wanted to KILL Sting.
Kane really cannot want to end it on this note, can he?
CM Punk fans have started to concede this week that their straight-edged hero will not be back for WWE. The grieving has begun and fans have started to move on. I don’t want to give anyone false hope but I think that process may be a little premature.
TNA Wrestling is promoting a major shake up to the Knockouts division. There is a little banner on the bottom of their Knockouts page that says the following. “The Knockouts Division is about to be shaken up”.
Yesterday, I praised the WWE for its decision to honor William Moody with his induction into the WWE Hall of Fame. Now, on the flip side, it’s time to ask a time honored question when it comes to the selection process and the decision of “Who is in” and “Who is out.”
I'll be the first to admit, I never in my wildest dreams thought for one second that Triple H would become a main event attraction, let alone marry Vince McMahon's only daughter. Boy, was I wrong.
I'm sure you're up to your eyeballs with CM Punk stuff, but I wrote something on him that I think you should look at. It has no title, but I think it's good to go for CC. Let me know what you think.
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.
There has been so much talk amongst us media types over who should be and who should not be inducted into the hallowed rooms of the WWE greats that Paul Bearer was a natural fit for such a decorated place of superstars.
CM Punk fans have continued to blame WWE for not booking the former WWE Champion the right way. So while the fans are upset with WWE, Punk has not been heard or seen.
WrestleManias are known for their magic moments, whether it is a first-time championship victory or a first-time appearance, the biggest match or the last match of your career.
If there is anyone out there in the WWE Universe who thought that Seth Rollins would be the one to leave The Shield and let Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose handle The Wyatts on their own, please step forward.
As we head towards the thirtieth anniversary of WWE WrestleMania, there are the matches that did happen. The all-time classics that you’ve seen so many times that you watch them when you close your eyes.
The big question at around 11:30 PM/EST on Monday night was “where was CM Punk?” Punk was all but confirmed by a trusted media outlet to be on WWE RAW Chicago yet he was nowhere to be found. What happened?
Signs slightly point to CM Punk's time with WWE ending this July, after a remarkable nine-year run of employment that saw 'The Second City Saint' break ceiling after ceiling on the way up. Whether it's the end or not, here's a catalog of Punk's greatest WWE hits.
Rob Van Dam returned to the WWE with a lot of hype last year only to disappear a few months later. Another run has always been expected but when has been the key question. A recent tweet from the former champ has helped answer that question.Related Posts:WWE WrestleMania 30 Card Rumors and NewsBatista To Have Big Roles In WWE Royal Rumble & WrestleMania 30WWE WrestleMania 30...
WWE Hall of Fame play-by-play announcer good old JR, Jim Ross, performed his one-man show in New York City this past weekend. Ross held two shows; one was advertised at 4pm and the other at 8pm. I attended the so-called 4pm show and overall really enjoyed everything Ross had to say.
Yeah, it's been tiresome having the colorful shirts, style-ceased jorts, and spoken mock-sincerity as a cornerstone trope for the past decade, but when you step back and really look at what Cena's done, you see a man with perspective.