When I first heard Brock lesner announced his retirement at the loss to Alistair Overeem, it was like sweet music to my ears, mainly because I knew he will be coming back to the WWE. He is 34, which is young for someone to retire at the UFC, I assume the only reason he retired is mma training is just way to hectic for someone like Brock lesner, who's probably been training his body since he was a
Updated 01-09-2012 at 11:03 PM by Frank
I don't know about you lots but Iâ€™m Excited about the wwe network, I'm curious to see how itâ€™s going to look and how the scheduling will be.
Anyways I'm going to be giving out some example of programmes they can have to make it enjoyable.
In terms of wrestling shows I want to see maybe wwe superstars and nxt on that channel, I think making a new wrestling show
Updated 01-06-2012 at 03:54 PM by Frank
Now I don't know about you lots, but I certainly don't have hardly any friends that I can speak to about wwe, you know like I can't go up to them to say 'did you watch yesterday's raw? And what do you think of this match and that match'. Mainly because they don't watch wwe anymore, a testament to what wwe have done with PG.
Now I don't if it's because of the area I live in or the people I just
]First blog here so bare with me everyone. =)
Anyways I want to give my thoughts on who or what type of wrestler in their current wwe status should win the royal rumble.
first of all my initial thought of the rumble was that it is a way to put a young star completely over with the fans. You win and your in with the big boys and back in the days that's how it usually worked, with the occasional
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