It happened! My god it actually happened! Dean Ambrose FINALLY made his debut on the main roster!
Just when you think Ambrose’s debut is still a little way off – BAM! He comes from out of nowhere, along with NXT champion Seth Rollins (another internet favourite) and Roman Reigns, and puts Ryback through a table at Survivor Series. Personally, I’ve never been happier to see a perfectly
Raw, Smackdown and PPV’s – no matter the WWE programme at the moment, I find myself going into a state of ‘hmm...’
As a Brit, I religiously record my weekly wrestling fix of Raw and Smackdown (and PPV’s every month) because they’re on when we across the pond are soundly tucked up in bed. Usually, I can’t wait to enjoy the feast that’s been recorded the night before –
Everyone loves to criticise and make their voices heard about what they hate – yet, they come back for more.
So, there must be something that people like, right?
Well, let me tell you what is (by far) the best thing in wrestling right now – Daniel Bryan and Kane, otherwise now known as Team Hell No. Okay, so I admit, I’m not really feeling the name too much, but I can
Updated 10-04-2012 at 05:05 AM by Aaron Gratton
Following such a positive response to the first GWoW blog post, I felt I should continue to examine underused talent – and further more, get fans opinion on my picks.
In the first post, you will have found out that I’m a big fan of Drew McIntyre. If you haven’t read that post, I suggest you follow this link and have a read.
Now, believe or not, McIntyre is used a lot more
To kick off this new blog, I thought it would be appropriate to start with one of the IWC’s (Internet Wrestling Community) favourite subjects – underused talent.
Hands down, the absolute number one underused talent in the whole of wrestling right now is a Scotsman by the name of Andrew Galloway – more commonly known as Drew McIntyre. McIntyre has it all; the look, in-ring ability, mic
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