With the fine month of May finally drawing to it's conclusion, I felt I part deux of my 'Musings of a Duck' was needed.
For those who haven't read my previous blog, this is where I look at what's been on my mind recently, both wrestling and non-wrestling wise. So let's do this!
1. Silly Superstars
This past week has been dominated by the ill-doings of Chris Jericho
To celebrate my one year anniversary of being a proud EWN member, I have decided to rekindle my blogging enthusiasm. This will take the form of numbered points of view, with some related to Wrestling, and some that won't.
So here what has been on my mind recently:
1. WWE Payroll, Here Comes the Pain
The talk of the EWN town this week seems to be one man: Brock Lesnar
Updated 04-07-2012 at 03:59 PM by Daffy Duck's Finest
Hey guys, for the past week I have been reading about who everyone thinks will win at MITB, and that's fair enough. However, for my latest blog I have tried to set the odds for each match. I hope I get close to what you think the odds should be!
My odds are in the brackets. If you do not understand how the system works, if the odds are 3/1 and you placed a $1 bet, you would win back
When it comes to the state of the WWE, everyone has their opinions as to what's wrong with it's product today.
As for my views on the matter you can read my previous blogs. However, for this one, I have decided to give you peeps a quiz to illustrate some of the key problems. Give them a go and see how many you can get right!
1. Who, and when, was the last superstar to
Updated 07-07-2011 at 05:46 PM by Daffy Duck's Finest
In my previous blog, I discussed how brand- specific PPVs could be the way forward - http://www.ewrestlingnews.com/commun...92#comment5592
After thinking long and hard about another old school way in which WWE could enliven their 'Universe', I came back to what they did in 2002 with the Brand Extension draft. At that
Updated 06-24-2011 at 04:42 PM by Frank
Whilst browsing the EWN forums, it seems the majority of people feel as if there are too many PPVs per annum for the WWE to be fresh and compelling. However, I believe there can be a counter-argument to those claims that could keep these events being entertaining.
Although at the time, I for one was against this idea. Nowadays, the idea of having single-branded PPVs (apart from obvious
Updated 06-14-2011 at 09:58 PM by Frank
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