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Is Neville’s WWE Walk Out the Real Deal or Not?

Last week, fans were shocked to learn that Neville could have possibly walked out of WWE.  Considering that Austin Aries had left the company some months earlier, fans immediately wondered if the King of the Cruiserweights has had enough of his booking direction.  With Enzo Amore in the mix with rumors of questionable backstage behavior, the plot thickens so to speak. There hasn...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

The Professor’s WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs 2017 Preview and Predictions

WWE’s Raw superstars will travel to my home state of Minnesota Sunday for the next WWE PPV, Tables, Ladders and Chairs. This show is forcing WWE to take a huge risk, and there’s no guarantee that the risk will pay off. Since Universal Champion Brock Lesnar isn’t scheduled to appear in Minneapolis (somewhat odd, given that he’s lived in Minnesota off and on for many years), WWE is...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

How WWE Should Book the Sami Zayn Heel Run

Another pay-per-view has come and gone for WWE, and overall Hell in a Cell was actually rather good. There were a lot of trepidations towards the main event of everyone’s Another pay-per-view has come and gone for WWE, and overall Hell in a Cell was actually rather good. There were a lot of trepidations towards the main event of everyone’s favorite bad guy, Kevin Owens taking on...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

WWE Hell in a Cell 2017 Review and Recriminations

Let’s face it. WWE has had a rough year when it comes to pay-per-views. Most of the shows haven’t lived up to their hype, and at times the booking has been so illogical that the company still hasn’t recovered. It was more of the same at Hell in a Cell last Sunday. While there weren’t any decisions that were bad enough to further damage SmackDown going forward, WWE did little to inspire...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Looking Up at The Lights: WCW Bash at The Beach 1995

WCW could have made money on Bash at The Beach 1995. Instead they held it on a beach and didn’t charge an admission fee. There is a plethora of arenas in California and with the two big matches being Hogan vs Vader and Flair vs Savage, they could have drawn a good number at the gate. Nothing outstanding but maybe $175k and you could still do the beach theme. WCW and Baywatch teamed...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Where Does the WWE Go with Bray Wyatt?

At last Bray Wyatt was heading to the mountain top. His character was flourishing on Smackdown live and he was paired with no other than Randy Orton. In only a short span of time he won Tag Team titles and became a world heavyweight champion. His story with the Wyatt Family was a big hit and his character as a whole was getting better and better every week with matches and promos...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

WWE Hell In A Cell 2017 Results and Booking Ramifications

Looking back at what happened at WWE 2017 Hell in a Cell and what kind of booking implications lay ahead following the SmackDown pay-per-view. PRESHOW: TAG-TEAM: CHAD GABLE & SHELTON BENJAMIN vs. THE HYPE BROS. (ZACK RYDER & MOJO RAWLEY) Good Booking: Gable and Benjamin continue to roll. Gable and Jordan as American Alpha were fantastic due to their gutsy performances. Gable...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

WWE Hell in a Cell 2017 Predictions & Preview with the Professor

On Sunday, the stars of WWE’s SmackDown live will head to Little Caesar’s Arena in Detroit for the Hell in a Cell PPV event. Even though all four of the blue brand’s titles will be up for grabs, the anticipation for this event seems to be a bit lower than normal. Part of the problem is the way the talent is being booked. The top stars on SmackDown are probably AJ Styles, Kevin Owens...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Looking Up at The Lights: WWE In Your House IV

In the spring of 1995, Vince McMahon launched the In Your House PPV concept to compete with WCW and their expanding PPV schedule. To undercut WCW and entice fans into ordering, these shows would cost fifteen dollars, half the price of the average Big Five PPVs. The extra revenue from these shows would greatly benefit the financially strapped company but it came at a catch for the...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

The Professor’s Merciless WWE No Mercy 2017 Recap

WWE’s Raw-branded No Mercy event was held Sunday. While much of the hype leading into the event centered around two “WrestleMania-worthy” main events, it was actually the undercard that stole the show. Let’s face it. Anyone with any experience watching WWE already knew that Roman Reigns was going to beat John Cena and Brock Lesnar would retain the WWE Universal Championship in his...
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24 days ago  |  Discuss

The Most Important Attributes Of Successful WWE Superstars

The WWE is definitely entertaining, there’s no denying that. However, what are the key ingredients for a good show? It’s all about the fighters or the way they interact, about the MC or the hot chicks between rounds? Many say that it’s all about the fighters and their skills so we looked into the subject and made a list of the most successful wrestlers in history. Triple H Triple...
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24 days ago  |  Discuss

5 WWE Tournaments That Need to Happen

The Mae Young classic and the Cruiserweight classic have both left their marks on the WWE network and have people begging for more tournaments to happen and more Indy talent to be featured. This had me thinking what tournaments should the WWE do next? I then again thought that’s a dumb question instead here are 5 tournaments that needs to happen in the WWE ASAP. Queen of the Ring...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

WWE No Mercy 2017 Results – Reviewing the Booking

Here we go! PRESHOW: APOLLO CREWS VS. “THE DRIFTER” ELIAS Good Booking: Elias goes over. This match had no prior build-up. And between Elias and Crews, Elias is the only one with any real momentum. Crews’ pairing with Titus O’Neill should have at least given him direction, but it seems he’s still dead in the water. What’s the endgame with their pairing? Will Titus turn on Crews?...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Why Braun Strowman Should Beat Brock Lesnar at WWE No Mercy 2017

Although No Mercy is a B Pay-Per-View for WWE, it is certainly earning a lot of respect for its bold choices in matches amongst the card such as the battle for Vince McMahon’s love between John Cena and Roman Reigns. However, the main event is just as noteworthy as two behemoths come face to face in what should be an epic brawl. Just over a year ago no one would have anticipated...
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28 days ago  |  Discuss

How WWE Should Handle Asuka on the Main Roster

If you have been watching Triple H’s pet project, NXT for a considerable amount of time you will understand that Asuka being promoted to the main roster is a big deal. The undefeated Japanese female superstar is as charismatic as she deadly, and she doesn’t even need to speak a lick of English. For the past couple of weeks now WWE’s A list show, Raw have been showcasing preview vignettes...
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September 21, 2017  |  Discuss

5 Things That Need to Happen for WWE Starrcade to Succeed

This week WWE announced that they will to a live event in Greensboro, N.C on November 25 and the name of it is Starrcade. For those who don’t know Starrcade was like the WrestleMania of NWA/WCW during its time from 1983 to 2000. The event was an historic one and some of the greatest wrestlers and best matches in history wrestled in this event that left fans amazed. We all know WWE...
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September 21, 2017  |  Discuss

What should WWE do with Shayna Baszler?

Shayna Baszler use to be a UFC fighter that turned her attention to the wrestling world. She is 2 years in to the wrestling industry and is making a name for herself with her MMA based wrestling. To some this may seem like a change of worlds but to her it’s really nothing to it. She has said over and over again that she is more skilled then most competitors mainly because of her...
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September 20, 2017  |  Discuss

WWE NXT is WWE’s Best Product

Last week, I talked about some things that WWE does right. I talked about the WWE Network. I discussed their charity work and the positive messages they try to send about patriotism and kindness. Mostly, I talked about the huge success of WWE’s Women’s Revolution. After thinking it over, it occurred to me that I missed one of WWE’s biggest recent successes. One of the most important...
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September 16, 2017  |  Discuss

Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week #2

It is that special time of the year again. A time when average Joes from all sections of society converge on water coolers to discuss what happen to their team the previous weekend. I have never been too into the intros. So, without further ado, let’s get to the waiver list this week. Alex Smith, Kansas City Chiefs (41% owned) Smith finds himself in the same position he is in every...
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September 13, 2017  |  Discuss

Bobby Roode: Will the WWE Get It Right with Roode?

It may have taken Bobby Roode longer than anticipated to perform in a WWE ring, but now that the former TNA and NXT champion is on SmackDown Live’s main roster, he should remain a top contender for the foreseeable future. Given the current state of the company and the unbalanced roster of the Tuesday night brand, how Roode is book is curious at best. Just like AJ Styles, WWE should...
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September 11, 2017  |  Discuss

The WWE Women’s Revolution is Over

WWE does a lot of things right. This month, the company is focusing on pediatric cancer by highlighting Connor’s Cure on every broadcast, and auctioning off special gear on their website, with all proceeds going to cancer research. They also do Tribute to the Troops each year and give a lot of air time to breast cancer awareness and the Susan G. Komen organization. There are also...
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September 07, 2017  |  Discuss

Shane McMahon Suspended from WWE SmackDown Live: Here We Go Again

Shane McMahon was indefinitely suspended on the September 5 edition of SmackDown Live. The Commissioner of the blue brand received the news from General Manager Daniel Bryan in the middle of the ring. To sum it up: oh boy, here we go again. It’s no secret that WWE has been building toward a match with Shane versus Kevin Owens. From the moment that KO began blaming Shane for all of...
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September 06, 2017  |  Discuss

John Cena, Roman Reigns and The Vince McMahon Problem

“Why would I want to be the next John Cena when I can be the one and only Roman Reigns?” A shot has been fired. If you watched Monday Night Raw, you saw what could be the “Feud of the Year” when the 16-time world champion got in the face of the man who has been asked to replace him and has failed at “doing his job.” There is plenty to like about a confrontation like this. The drama...
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August 31, 2017  |  Discuss

WWE Dog Days with the Professor

Even with two (or three) brands going, WWE can’t have a PPV every weekend. We’re a couple of weeks removed from SummerSlam and still more than three weeks away from the Raw brand’s No Mercy show on September 24th. It’s another summer lull for WWE fans. That’s not to say there’s nothing going on in the WWE Universe (see what I did there?). There have been some interesting developments...
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August 30, 2017  |  Discuss

WWE SummerSlam 2017 Weekend Summary

The Biggest Party of the Summer is officially over, and I can’t help but be a little sad. There was a lot of excitement last weekend at NXT’s Takeover: Brooklyn III and the WWE’s SummerSlam, but I’m left feeling a little unfulfilled. As has been the case many times when WWE’s developmental brand has a show on the same weekend as the main roster, NXT’s event outshined the “big show...
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August 26, 2017  |  Discuss
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