I am not a big fan of “what ifs” but a recent podcast discussion got me thinking. What would have happened in 1984 if Hulk Hogan wasn’t available to the WWF? Who could Vince McMahon Jr. pick to beat the Iron Sheik and lead his quest to take over the world of pro wrestling?
I woke up to news that Spike had made the decision to not renew TNA. Apparently, the revelation that TNA was keeping Vince Russo on staff as an announcing consultant despite Spike saying that they didn’t want Russo on staff was the last straw.
Brock Lesnar is a legit beast. He’s the baddest dude in the WWE and if he’s active, he needs to be the one holding the title. Having the championship on a legit killer legitimizes the belts and makes it feel real.
TNA Wrestling is literally on life support. Multiple reports indicate that Spike TV will not be renewing their contract with TNA. TNA will have the next sixty days to secure a new deal or face a grim situation in the near future.
There are way too many UFC events to keep track of these days. Some will disagree and call me out on not being a “true fan” but with television ratings and pay-per-view buy rates on the decline, the results speak for themselves.
In 1995, the WWE was beginning to hype a “New Generation” marketing campaign, a fresh start for the company. Vince McMahon had just finished a lengthy battle with the federal government and the stars of the Hulkamania days were gone.
Why did CM Punk look 10 years younger and healthier than we have ever seen him? Well, he’s not getting dropped on his back every night now, that’s a start.
On Saturday night the Octagon touched down in San Jose, California for the 12th installment of the UFC on FOX.
In terms of wrestling ability, Triple H, the COO of the WWE needs no explanation.
Roman Reigns goes head to head with former WWE world heavyweight champion Alberto Del Rio in the Friday Night SmackDown main-event.
At some point, TNA is going to have to come up with its own material and stop immediately using a program the mother ship, WWE, is currently involved in.
Where were you when the WWE Divas world stop turning? The night that Paige and AJ Lee witched roles in the company and finally gave us something to talk about other than grown women dancing together in the ring and four-on-one handicapped matches against Nikki Bella?
Freelance writer and author Chris Illuminati and the CCB’s own Eric Gargiulo talk about all of the latest pro wrestling news and hot WWE rumors. Topcis include; Stephanie McMahon's role, Sting vs. Undertaker, Brock Lesnar booking, WWE-CM Punk, and more.
On August 17th, Brock Lesnar will more than likely beat John Cena and become WWE World Heavyweight Champion again. I know most people are groaning about the prospect of it, but I’m looking forward to it.
This whole article is merely just a half-baked, silly argument anyway. Maybe it'll spur some sort of underground movement that WWE will recognize in order to garner some good press.
Hype isn’t always a good thing for a new WWE wrestler. Sometimes too much hype can create unattainable expectations from fans. The cream doesn’t always rise to the top in these instances as these 10 busts can attest to.
WWE is pushing Reigns hard. And the fans are loving it. But is it really Reigns that they are excited about? Or is it merely a new face that they are reacting to? Reigns hasn’t done anything to really earn the momentum he is enjoying right now. WWE is pushing him and so he is in the mix of things. Otherwise he’s a new age Big Daddy Cool Diesel – bodyguard material.
If Ric Flair was the greatest of the promotions generation, than Shawn Michaels was the greatest of the new generation. He may not have won as many championships but he commanded the same respect.
It takes longer and longer for my DVR to get cleaned, but I have finally done it! Okay, it is not completely clean, but I have six great early summer shows continued to bolster this unprecedented age of television…
All the talk about Plan B and a possible Plan C coming into play made things unpredictable. Would Rollins cash in and lose? Would Brock Lesnar show up and destroy Cena? The possibilities were endless and the show absolutely fell flat on its face. Here are my lessons learned from Battleground.Related Posts:What Is Next Following WWE Money in the Bank 2014WWE Battleground 2014 Results...
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WWE served up a cold appetizer to the biggest party of the summer, Battleground 2014. Quite honestly I can't think of another WWE PPV this year as disappointing as Battleground.
While this feud between Rollins and Ambrose may be staged, the “war” between Sawyer and Rich may have been as real as it gets for over a year in wrestling circles. These men had a genuine dislike for each other, which only made things hotter than an August Atlanta.
Dean Ambrose squares off with Kane on the WWE Battleground go-home edition of WWE Friday Night SmackDown.