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Documentary Review: The Resurrection of Jake the Snake

This documentary has been on my ‘To watch’ list for months now. After hearing Jake’s raw and vulnerable Hall of Fame speech, I knew I had to see his journey. The film starts off with Jake expressing his sadness over what he has become and how people see him. Legends like Chris Jericho, Steve Austin, Ted DiBiase and Edge talked about the impact that Jake had on their careers...
Via Fight Booth
June 03, 2016  |  Discuss

20 years ago, Scott Hall invaded WCW and launched wrestling's Monday Night Wars

The late '90s were a good time to be a wrestling fan.Both WCW and WWE (nee WWF, of course) were at the heights of their powers, as the Monday Night Wars raged. Officially, the war between the two biggest wrestling promotions in the world started on Sept. 4, 1995, when WCW Monday Nitro debuted its inaugural episode. Multiple title matches gave that initial broadcast a sense of importance...
Via Fox Sports
May 27, 2016  |  Discuss

The biggest questions about the WWE brand split

The brand split is back. The WWE recently made the bombshell announcement that SmackDown will be going live on Tuesday nights starting July 19 and it will come with its own unique brand, roster and writing team. Splitting the brands is going to take a lot of work and every little detail needs to be filled out in order for this long term move to succeed. July 19 is not too far...
Via The Camel Clutch Blog
May 27, 2016  |  Discuss

Check out the trailer on upcming DVD on life and times of Scott Hall

Scott Hall has lived more lives than anyone can imagine.The WWE Hall of Famer experienced stunning success through his talent, charm and limitless charisma.He also went through low periods that left friends and the wrestling universe wondering how he was still alive and if he would pull it together.Thanks in a large part to Diamond Dallas Page, Hall has rehabbed himself, and found...
Via Fox Sports
May 20, 2016  |  Discuss

WWE Hall of Fame 2016 Projections

I was going to start this list off by listing Sting as my first inductee. As we all know, WWE officially announced that Sting would be the first inductee into the 2016 Hall of Fame. Now, WWE has been building this Wrestlemania as the “Biggest Wrestlemania of All-Time”, so I expect this to be the biggest Hall of Fame Class of All-Time. I expect this class to be heavy on NWA/WCW...
Via Real Sports Entertainment Network
January 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Sting kicks off WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2016

The iconic Sting is the first member of the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2016, per a statement on WWE.com. Known for his time in WCW, which WWE bought in 2001, Sting (real name Steve Borden) won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship six times and became an icon, first for his surfer-like persona before moving to a darker character inspired by the film The Crow. Sting also turned...
Via Campus Sports Net
January 11, 2016  |  Discuss

WWE Hall Of Famer’s Trainee Chases Wrestling Stardom

As a commentator for a local Pittsburgh promotion, I get the chance to call matches for a lot of talented people and there are some that have a chance to go further than just wrestling in front of a few hundred fans on the independent scene. A few of these competitors that immediately come to mind are Storm Academy graduates, Jack Pollock and Bryan Bowers, both whom make my work...
Via Fight Booth
October 28, 2015  |  Discuss

How Scott Hall became the legendary Razor Ramon character

Journeyman wrestler Scott Hall, all 6-foot-7, 295 pounds of him, wanted to work for WWE in the early '90s, but needed someone to vouch for him and he needed a new, TV persona. Curt "Mr. Perfect" Hennig proved to be the person who got Hall a tryout at a WWE-TV taping at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Ky., where Hall went on first in what would be dozens of matches at WWE's marathon...
Via Fox Sports
September 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Should Sean Waltman Be In the WWE Hall of Fame?

“He Beat Razor Ramon! He beat Razor Ramon!” Those were the famous words of WWE great Bobby Heenan as one of the biggest upsets in wrestling took place on Monday Night RAW in May of 1993. That night, a confident Razor Ramon headed to the ring to face a small, babyfaced wrestler who called himself “The Kid”. For most of the match, Razor dominated the contest with a flurry...
Via The Camel Clutch Blog
July 22, 2015  |  Discuss

10 Ex-WWE Stars Who Never Competed In The Royal Rumble

It's a rite of passage for most WWE superstars, especially the ones of today that grew up on the product, to hit the ring at the buzzer and take part in the industry's most famous scrum. Even if you never make it higher up on the card, being a part of the Royal Rumble match is afforded to many wrestlers.
Via The Camel Clutch Blog
January 14, 2015  |  Discuss
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