"You know what really grinds my gears? That Vince Russo guy, why doesn't he get with the freaking program? It's called a wrestling show, not a badly written soap opera. Why do we need this guy to turn, and that guy to turn, and this girl to twist and turn like a twisty turny thing? It get's old, it's not big and it's not clever! I'm just sat here with my beer
Updated 11-11-2012 at 06:12 PM by kylos
"So I'm sat there with my beer... watching the wrestling in my local bar... and some dude comes up to me and says... 'You know wrestling is fake right?'. I turn my head to look at this guy in the face... and I think to myself... Does he think I am incredibly stupid, or is it just him who is incredibly stupid?
So I tell him 'Yes, of course I do,
Updated 11-23-2012 at 01:57 PM by kylos
I titled this blog the new "ERA" because I am going to pin point the problems that WWE is having and how they can fix the problems while using some of the simple methods while keeping the family friendly "PG ERA". I know many of use would love the attitude era back in the WWE and many of us thought with the 1000 episode of Raw we would see the dropping of the "PG" and
Updated 08-13-2012 at 08:24 PM by Frank
Here is a treat for you nostalgic users. The following is a star-studded, top 20 countdown of the greatest wrestler-turned-actors of all time. I tried to rate the following stars objectively based on a combination of A.) Filmography, B.) Box office success, C.) Significant roles, D.) Acting skill (or attempt of), E.) Signs of promise for the newer guys/trailblazing status for the older guys. Although
Updated 08-28-2014 at 09:14 PM by Kajmere
First of all, I have to thank Madness' WWE v WWF blog for inspiring me to finally get off my lazy ass and write my first blog. I salute you.
What I am going to write about may have been read to death by many of you and you may change the proverbial channel, but I hope that isn't the case.
As we know, WWE just isn't the same. In fact, Vince McMahon has either lost his
Updated 05-14-2011 at 05:25 PM by Frank
Ah Money in the Bank. Last night saw a PPV that had major storyline movements and kept the wrestling community wondering what will happen on the next Raw and Smackdown. I believe now that WWE have their 5th major PPV of the year, but i'll get to that statement after a recap of probably the PPV of the year.
First off, we opened up with a great win for Daniel Bryan in the Smackdown Money
My pick of should've been champs by now
This is my first blog so don't be to hard on me if my blog has something you really disagree on
This man debuted in 1997, the only titles he won was the european and ecw championship and only won them once (fast forward 14 years) for the first time in his life hes the number 1 contender for the
So yesterday WWE had yet another dissapointing PPV. Many of us watched it even though we predicted how crappy it would be. That being said I can get to my points:
Let's see John Cena went a whole year last year without being the champion (or so I've read) so naturally WWE had to compensate by making him the champion for the 3rd time in 6 months this year.
Rising talent being used or misused
Hi guys it is me again.I wanted to write something like this for a long time but never came the time to do it,in this blog im saying my view how WWE are treating new commers.
I always here people complaining about how young talent are not being used properly.when they are used they destroy guys like big show,then I hear
Hello all, Edgor95 here. I've seen a lot of people giving their opinions on MITB, and the consensus is that the results are going to be rather obvious. With the way WWE is booking, we may be in for another Super Cena sighting and some more mid-card burying (regarding the Smackdown MITB). In the hopes that this may somehow come true, I've given some thought to how i would plan and book MITB. These
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