The wrestling world stood still at about 10:35 Sunday night as Sting finally made his way into a WWE arena and shocked the world.
So the 2014 Survivor Series is history and as Joel Gertner would say, “Well, well, well…” So Sting has finally arrived in the WWE. Team Cena wins. New tag champs. And a Roman Reigns cameo. And all of this was free thanks to the November Special promo offer.
As we older wrestling fans bitterly walk into our thirties and forties, we have this tendency to slip on rose-tinted sunglasses. This is done in an attempt to view today's wrestling world through old lens, as much of a chore it is to try and build parallels to the two.
At least the ending was something to remember. STING IS HERE! I am purposely staying away from the main event match of the night. Too much to comprehend and I want to pay the impact of Sting appearing in St. Louis its proper respect.
Lucha Underground (originally named Lucha Uprising) is a new professional wrestling series produced by United Artists Media (Mark Burnett – Survivor) and it every Wednesday for one hour on the newer El Rey Network.
The WWE rewarded its free subscribers with one of the most memorable show finishes in years. The Survivor Series 2014 delivered with an outstanding main-event and one of the biggest debuts in years. Sting is finally in and the questions surrounding his WrestleMania plans have been answered.
Michael Cole is in the ring, and he welcomes Triple H to the ring, who comes down alone. Cole points out Survivor Series being two days away, then mentions the stipulations for Team Cena vs. Team Authority, laid out by Mr. McMahon.
The WWE rewarded its free subscribers the icing on their cake with Survivor Series 2014. The Survivor Series lineup may have underwhelmed on paper but the show delivered a bang with fun matches and some big surprises.
I am giving away 1 copy of the WWE Attitude Era Vol. 2 DVD this Sunday night during the Survivor Series. Winning is very easy but you have to be on Twitter to do it. It’s as easy as a Stone Cold Stunner on Mr. McMahon!
The buzz for the WWE Survivor Series just got much bigger. A new report breaking over the last several hours reports that there is a major surprise lined up for the special event that immediately turns this must-miss event into a must-see.
This Sunday, November 23, 2014, WWE will be presenting its second longest running PPV Survivor Series. The PPV emanates from the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, MO. Viewers can watch the PPV on regular PPV, or on the WWE Network. If WWE fans haven't heard by now, for those who don't have the Network, you can watch it for free.
While it appears TNA’s Impact Wrestling has been revived from life support with a new television deal, can it save the product that needs some refreshing as well?
Sting is now signed with the WWE but we have yet to hear of any concrete reports indicating plans for the former WCW and TNA star’s first match. The latest WWE Inbox video features several WWE stars are stepping up to the plate and revealing what they would do to get a one-on-one match with Sting.
Wednesday November 19, the professional wrestling world was buzzing when Total Non-Stop Action Wrestling announced its flagship program Impact Wrestling will begin airing on Discovery Communications Network Destination America in January 2015 ending their 9 year run with Spike TV.
For the first time in almost a decade, the WWE Survivor Series 2014 is headlined by its traditional 10-man elimination tag team match. Team Cena will take on Team Authority in a match with big stakes for one team and Team Helmsley-McMahon.
The rumors of Brock Lesnar back to the UFC have taken on a whole new meaning. These tidbits are no longer rumors as it does appear that Lesnar could be returning to the UFC in 2015...or elesewhere according to one report.
Can we just get this over with already? Can Brock Lesnar finally leave the WWE so John Cena or Seth Rollins or Judy Bloom can win the damn WWE World Title and put an end to all this madness?
I’m fairly certain that the one thing I find absolutely infuriating in sports is when athletes quit. This past weekend we had 3 examples of football players quitting within 2 days of each other. 49ers linebacker Ahmad Brooks started the theme on Sunday when he took himself out of the 49ers game due to what he felt was inadequate playing time.
TNA Wresting have found Impact Wrestling a new home. The new television deal will land Impact on Destination America. The available audience may be cut but that isn't stopping the TNA superstars from celebrating!
El Patron, the former Alberto Del Rio continues to make headlines. Patron made his first US post-WWE appearance over the weekend at a House of Hardcore show and according to the former WWE star, you can expect to see a lot more of him in the United States real soon.
In light of the Adrian Peterson verdict, I am pretty fired up this morning. Stay tuned for a few thoughts on the NFL and what this guy thinks about the AP and the Ray Rice situation. As usual there are more questions than answers as we enter playoff season.
The quarterly Brock Lesnar to UFC rumors have reared their ugly head again. Thanks to UFC boss Dana White, the hot topic is back in conversation and according to the UFC president, it is a real possibility.
The fact that Jim Ross' blogs, mere written words on a plethora of subjects, amplify louder and resonate more than Cole's robotically-strung-together bowls of word soup makes it a crime that Ross was shunted down so far in favor of Cole in the first place.
Another year, another WWE Survivor Series. That is the impression I get when I first glance at the lineup. The card is finally taking shape with less than two weeks ago and if you wanted a free month of WWE Network, this is the kind of a show you're going to get.
On Saturday, the wrestling world celebrated the birthday and life of Randy “Macho Man” Savage. On Wednesday, the late Miss Elizabeth would have been 54 years old. I figured since it was Monday, I would meet both of them in the middle and celebrate the greatest couple in wrestling history and a major part of the beginning Vince McMahon’s legacy.