For the past year, WWE has been lacking the star power that they once had during the early 2000s. Some time between John Cena's first WWE title reign and the 2nd coming of ECW, WWE has lost their ability to make wrestlers into superstars.
It's going to take a miracle to bring WWE back to WWE 2005-2006. However there are some superstars who i believe could take the wrestling world by
Updated 11-27-2010 at 05:08 PM by VKM
A.J Styles is arguably the best in-ring talented wrestler of this century. He is the only TNA wrestler to rank in at #1 on Pro Wrestling Illustrated annual "PWI 500" list. He is known for his off-the-wall wrestling skills and his Styles Clash. AJ Styles has been with TNA since the start of the company. He's one of the last TNA originals who are currently "surviving" through this
Updated 11-13-2010 at 10:45 AM by VKM
WWE and TNA fans are in a never ending argument and everyone is choosing sides and some are just "neutral". And after reading my Marks of WWE blog, you all probably believe that I am some "ride or die" TNA fan. However, me being a TNA mark is very untrue.
In my blog, Marks of WWE , I seemingly bashed the fans who watched WWE and praised TNA. However, I was only
Updated 11-02-2010 at 02:47 PM by VKM
Mr. Kennedy has been in the ring for almost 10 years. For four years at the beginning of his wrestling career, he was worked as an independent jobber for Sunday Night Heat, Velocity and Jakked. And after wrestling for over six years, WWE finally signed him to a developmental contract.
After signing this contract, Mr. Kennedy has reached the fans whether he was a heel or a face. His
After BFG, many people criticized TNA for their Jeff Hardy, Bischoff and Hogan heel turn angle. However, these same people would rather watch the stale product called WWE.
WWE is just like Bill Gate's Windows. Sure, we do have an alternative (Steve Job's Mac) but we insist on pulling ourselves back into Windows. It doesn't take much to see that WWE is a very stale product. Week after
After Bound For Glory, which i did not watch, I tuned into watch TNA. It's been a long time since I actually watched TNA on Thursdays. When i read the Bound For Glory results on EWN, I was amazed at the finish. Before BFG, I didn't care who was Abyss's "They". I figured it would be some thrown together stable like they do most of the time. When I read the Angle vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Anderson
Updated 10-15-2010 at 11:17 AM by VKM
For weeks I've been hearing about an upcoming unification of the two world titles of the two brands in the WWE. My opinion, is that without a doubt, it should be highly considerable. With the unification of the world titles, there would be more worthy contenders for the world title and the possibilities for dream matches are endless. So why not do it. But the only questions are when and where? My
For four months, WWE has stuck with a storyline that involves a new and entertaining plot to it. Along with this, a heel stable has been created called, Nexus which originally consisted of the 8 NXT rookies of season 1. It all started after Wade Barret's victory of season 1 where he was then able to win a WWE contract and a chance to challenge any male champion for their title. The next week, on an
Updated 09-15-2010 at 04:59 PM by VKM
I have been researching on TNA's PPVs, and from the looks of it things are not going good. I never thought that the PPVs made by TNA had so much low attendance, I knew that they we're bad but the attendance is just horrible. Here's a look at their PPV attendance rate from 2009-2010:
No Surrender 2009:
Main Event: AJ Styles vs. Kurt Angle vs. Matt
Updated 09-15-2010 at 03:25 PM by VKM
Now many of you agreed and many of you disagreed. My last blog seemed very interesting to EWN users. To make myself clearer from the last blog i will actually go into more detail.
One person from the last blog blamed Russo for this horrible Hogan regime. That is slightly true but Vince was has been writing for TNA since 2002 which is way before the Hogan regime.
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