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The High’s and Low’s of the WWE Royal Rumble 2015

Sunday night’s Royal Rumble was a roller coaster of action, emotions, and drama. At one point, the show peaked with, literally, one of the best triple-threat matches ever witnessed. By the end, however, babyfaces were booed out of the building and a network-cancellation movement had taken over Twitter. Despite the vitriol being spewed toward the WWE the last 24 hours, there were...
Via Between The Ropes
1 day ago  |  Discuss

WWE News: #CancelWWENetwork Trends On Twitter After Bitter Rumble Finish

You would have thought that WWE would have learnt their lesson from the 2014 Royal Rumble event. A show that fan’s showed no interest in the WWE World Championship match between Randy Orton and John Cena; and by not having Daniel Bryan compete in the match, with the very obvious and lazy booking of Batista winning the match. Last night fans in Philadelphia, voiced their disgust...
Via Wrestling News Depot
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Mile High Sports Radio rolls out new lineup

On Monday, January 26, 2015, Mile High Sports Radio (AM 1550 and FM 94.1) will debut a new weekday lineup, expanding the station’s schedule of live and local sports talk shows to 16 hours per day. The revamped lineup includes MHSR’s most popular shows, plus a few new additions; it’s a diverse mix of talents, designed to provide the most-comprehensive coverage of the Denver...
Via Mile High Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Former WWE Star Sir Mo on How Approachable McMahon Was, Big Show vs. Roman Reigns, More

- From Vic Schiavone, below is a recap of former WWE star Si Mo's recent appearance on In Your Head Wrestling Radio from January 9th, 2015: Hosts Jack E. Jones and One Inch Biceps welcomed Bobby Horne to IYH Wrestling Radio. Bobby is best known for his time in the WWF where he wrestled under the name Sir Mo of the tag team “Men on a Mission” and held the WWF World Tag Team...
Via Wrestling-Edge.com
9 days ago  |  Discuss

WWE SmackDown Results and January 9 Recap

This week opens up with Seth Rollins, flanked by J&J Security. He says he's feeling good tonight. Did everyone see the look on John Cena's face at the end of RAW? He loved it so much, he wants us all to take a look at it again. We see a freeze-frame of said expression, and Rollins says that's the look of a man who knows he's been had.
Via The Camel Clutch Blog
17 days ago  |  Discuss

WWE: What’s Hot, What’s Not

With the state of WWE always in question, it is easy to generalize and paint the entire company with the same brush. Examining it closer will show that WWE, in December 2014, contains elements that are trending in both direction. Here are those trends. Trending Up - Dolph Ziggler: The ladder match with Luke Harper was the only thing that could be considered a response to the NXT...
Via Fight Booth
December 17, 2014  |  Discuss

CBS Sports To Debut All-Female Sports Talk Show

The Big Lead is reporting that CBS Sports will make history when they debut an all-female sports talk show this fall.  According to the report, the show will be The View meets Pardon The Interruption. The weekly program will air on CBS Sports Network featuring an all-female cast, produced and directed by women. “We’re really excited and proud to be launching the first ever...
Via Thacover2
August 08, 2014  |  Discuss

WWE News: Big Show Will Be Off TV For A While, Plans For Stardust

-The Big Show started filming WWE Studios’ next action movie, Vendetta, last week. Jen and Sylvia Soska are directing the movie, who coincidentally also directed WWE Studios’ upcoming See No Evil 2 horror movie starring Kane. Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer noted in his most recent issue that the Big Show will be off of television while he films the movie. Show has been...
Via Wrestling News Depot
June 20, 2014  |  Discuss

WWE News: The Big Show On WWE Superstars, New Movie Role For The Big Show

Big Show appears on WWE Superstars for the first time in years. Cody Rhodes loses again but appears to be getting along with his brother. Even a show like Superstars is way better when in front of a hot UK crowd. Big Show comes out to start off the show to a huge babyface reaction. He makes Titus O’Neil look ‘normal’ sized. Show is rumoured to be getting movie work as part...
Via Wrestling News Depot
May 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Big Show injures hand in house show

The Big Show will fight Brock Lesnar on Sunday night during the Royal Rumble pay-per-view. Of course Big Show may not be 100 percent heading into this match as multiple fans saw he injured his hand in a house show in a match against Kane. From what we can tell, Big Show apparently hit his hand on the turnbuckle and then grabbed Kane to tell him he was hurt. At which point the match...
Via Tireball.com
January 26, 2014  |  Discuss
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