Rock vs Cena II.
Yup, it's happening. And there's nothing you can do about it.....
.....Well, almost nothing.
It is of no surprise that this rematch is by far the most unanticipated, unwanted rematch in recent wrestling history. As fans on this site and similar wrestling sites have done since getting the idea that such a rematch would take place, we've gone
When I hear the crowd mocking Ryback with "Goldberg" chants, I shake my head.
When I read how Ryback can't cut a promo when he hasn't yet been given the chance, I die a little inside.
Ok, maybe I was a little over dramatic on that last one. But nonetheless, characters like Ryback and the subsequent response by we, the IWC, has led me to perhaps give perspective
Updated 10-09-2012 at 03:05 PM by steezin4areezin
First and foremost, credit goes to 'alcrissam' for his post "why the internet hurts wrestling." While some may not have agreed with some of his points, the premise brings to light the consequential effect of internet reporting related to the wrestling industry.
There seems to have always existed an argument regarding pro wrestling and whether it was considered a sport,
Updated 05-17-2012 at 07:17 PM by Frank
Coming off the heals of John Cena's "shoot" aimed at The Rock last night, I feel that this match has become more polarizing than perhaps the WWE had anticipated.
And this may not be a good thing at the end of the day.
In regards to Cena's promo last night, I find it ironic that it has been reported what Cena said was being echoed back stage by many of the other
The conclusions I've come to regarding Sting and his desire/lack there of to join the WWE are as follows:
1) Sting does not want to work a WWE schedule
2) Sting HAD resentment towards the WWE for the lack of respect they gave to the WCW wrestlers during the brand fusion
3) Sting regrets not being apart of at least 1 Wrestlemania
4) Sting has a strong loyalty for Dixie
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