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I can’t remember a group coming on so hot in the WWE as the Shield did in 2013. The group entered the year as rookies and is finishing with bright futures ahead in 2014. The brightest star may be shining on Roman Reigns.Related Posts:Roman Reigns Reportedly In Line For Big WWE PushWWE Wrestler of the Week: November 22nd-29th, 2013WWE Wrestler Of The Week February 15th-21st, 2013Who...
The WWE wanted to move forward and it seems as though the company will eat the mare problems that exist from this year and try to change everything with a new look, a new mantra and the hope that older rivalries and in ring hatred can turn to gold again.
Finally, we are passed that repulsive time in WWE between SummerSlam and the Rumble. It is rather comical that people really thought this "Best for Business" storyline had potential to emit electricity into WWE's worst time period of the year.
It is finally here for some of you, your fantasy football championship week. Unfortunately with big games comes big pressure, and the wrong decision can result in an early exit and an offseason of depression.
The one thing the WWE should work hard at doing in the coming year, is not to play all of its cards at once. The idea of suspense is what drives us to watch three shows a week and spend money on cable buys and merchandise.
WWE Divas champion AJ Lee supposedly got into a bit of trouble recently when she took exception to NBC reporter Michelle Beadle speaking to CM Punk. The “controversy” took place during WWE’s Tribute to the Troops.
The UFC is gearing up for 2014 with at least one lackluster main-event. The UFC 170 headliner has been confirmed and it will feature a battle of light heavyweights. Unfortunately it is one of the strangest fights the UFC has put together in awhile.
TNA Wrestling is without AJ Styles for the first time in company history…or maybe not. A closer look at AJ Styles’ life post-TNA reveals a few question marks about whether this free agent really is that free after all.
The next 12 months of the WWE will be more about John Cena possibly changing some of his ideals to fight he very company that helped to make him the superstar and millionaire he is today.
WWE Tables, Ladders, and Chairs 2013 is in the books and while the results aren’t that surprising, there were a few takeaways from Sunday that are worth noting. Here are five quick takeaways that were probably staring at you right in the face the second the show concluded.
The WWE closed out their 2013 pay per view calendar with a historic championship unification match at Tables, Ladders, and Chairs. It doesn't get much bigger in 2013 than a title vs. title bout for the two big ones. A new unified champion was guaranteed and the WWE delivered on its promise.
This week’s WWE SmackDown opens up with a shot of the arena, which is filled with tables, ladders and chairs set up all around ringside, up and down the ramp, and on the stage.
If you are scoring at home, there are 10 days until Christmas (four days until my birthday) and only a few more hours until WWE’s final pay-per-view of the year - TLC. Of the three events, I am sure TLC is first on your collective radars as the most important of the holiday season.
This year's PPV features a main event that in my opinion, should be showcased at WrestleMania 30 in New Orleans, LA. John Cena (World Champion) and Randy Orton (WWE Champion) will participate in a TLC match, where the two matches will be unified.
This week’s TNA Impact Wrestling will feature the horrible, awful, horrendous return of Feast or Fired.
If impersonation is the best form of flattery, then the WWE must be gushing all over itself for a year that has been more recreation of older, adaptable programs that generated tremendous success in the past, only to flop or lose its steam in the honeymoon phase of production.
One of the greatest MMA fighters of all-time is stepping away. UFC welterweight champion Georges St.Pierre announced Friday that he is taking an indefinite leave of absence. He will be taking an extended break and may come back…if he wants.
Rumors are flying about the Hulkster making his return to the WWE at WrestleMania 30. Early reports suggested a potential match against John Cena while new reports seem to indicate that the WWE have cooled off on Hogan lacing up the boots in NOLA.
Welcome to the one year anniversary of WWE Wrestler of the Week here on Camel Clutch Blog. It is such a great feeling to have written one column for this long and look back at all the WWE Wrestlers who have won the award.
WWE Tables, Ladders, and Chairs 2013 is highlighted by the unification TLC match between WWE Champion Randy Orton and World Heavyweight Champion John Cena. I, for one, was happy to see Cena win the world title in hopes that there would be unification.
The other day I was casually debating about pro wrestling with some colleagues of mine and I was asked my opinion on a topic. As a WWE analyst, this is a fairly common thing for me as I have pro wrestling in my mouth more than a politician has lies in his.
It only took him sixteen years but Bret Hart has finally taken some accountability in the infamous WWE Montreal Screwjob. Hart revealed in a recent interview that in retrospect he may have done some things differently but says he wouldn’t have changed it.
As 2013 is coming to an end within a couple of weeks, I have decided to do something here for Camel Clutch Blog regarding the Divas and the Knockouts. It is called “Meagan's Top 13 Divas and Knockouts of 2013”.
Since it appears that Damien Sandow is about to get a huge push in the WWE and it has been rumored that Roman Reigns is in line for one as well, what in the world is going to happen to the United States Champion, Dean Ambrose?
Nothing gets better for me than the drama of a great heel turn. The WWE has featured some of the best over the last several decades. Thanks to memory and a little bit of YouTube I was able to go back and pontificate on what I found to be the 10 best heel turns in WWE history.
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