With only 4 tag team's: Uso Brothers, Epico and Primo, Tylor Reks and Curt Hawkins (who always feature on NXT/Superstars) and Hunico and Camacho (not a tag team but this would be an addition), I don't know how far the WWE will be getting with their tag division. Looking back on YouTube, the tag division was the real deal with the likes of Edge and Christian, Hardy Boys, Dudley Boyz, etc.
Updated 02-19-2012 at 08:31 AM by Shaz11
What's up guys, Shaz11 here with my predictions for the WWE Elimination Chamber
May Contain Spoilers!!!
1. Beth Phoenix (c) vs Tamina - Divas Champion match
Hopefully this match gets a good 10-15 minutes, these divas can actually wrestle. So Tamina is finally getting a push! HELL YEAH! Obviously Beth is gonna win this, I think Kharma will come out after the match maybe
Updated 02-16-2012 at 07:16 AM by Shaz11
First rule of wrestling and building a star, its so much easier to build up a face then it is a heel! With that said...
Lets start with the big one, John Cena! You have got to turn him heel and you're doing a good job building things after the lip lock with him and Eve but please don't drop the ball! Have Eve and Cena end up becoming a on screen couple, kind of like Macho Man and Sherri
This is a much different blog than my usual "Top 5" Countdown that has been imitated alot lately. This Blog is about something thats been on my mind for such along time. Its about death in prowrestling and how it is handled by the media, Fans, Wrestling journalist and the general public.
The recent death of Whitney Houston got me thinking. It seems that when a musical artist
My third in the series that I'm going to do and again since i never started watching wrestling to 1990 it's from then to now so once again here we go.
5. Lex Luger
A former 5 time United states champion and the longest reigning champion combined at an amazing 948 days luger had some decent match's for the title but the main reason he is on the list is because of the 948 days total.
Had to make a pun at the accent...
I'll get to the point -- The WWE caught me a bit by surprise.
Let me start by saying that I haven't had a lot of mark out moments over the last few years. No, I think a better way to word that is: I don't have those child-like fan moments where I'm watching a match and I'm completely invested into it where I'm getting really excited
Alot of People are pointing fingers at wrestlers like Cena and Wrestling fans and saying the reason they insult the Rock cause they are jealouse cause he made it in another line of work or are angry cause The Rock left Prowrestling.... See my problem with The Rock isnt so simple and im gonna explain why.
I'm not angry cause The Rock left Prowrestling at all, I understand he found a much
Updated 02-22-2012 at 09:24 AM by Frank
First post so go easy guys.
I like that we have competition in the world of Professional Wrestling. I think it's healthy for business as it forces the creative teams for each promotion to continue to think of storylines that will grab our attention. It's up to the performers themselves to hold it for as long as they can (a lost art, but that's for another blog)
Updated 02-29-2012 at 01:19 PM by Frank
Growing up in West Tennessee in the early 80's there was only one wrestling promotion you watched. CWA and USWA were the big Memphis promotions over the years and the USWA for years was widely considered the #3 promotion in the 80's to mid 90's behind the WWF and WCW. The Memphis territory had all the stars of the time come through at one time or another. Jerry Lawler (of course), Jeff Jarrett,
Ever wonder why ratings are down, ppv #s arn't good, and so on? I used to remember a time when everything on the show mattered. Not just the main event or guys like Stone Cold, Rock, HHH, and so on. I wanted to see the whole show of Raw. Not just the main event. Now days that is the only air time you get. That is all that WWE focuses on.
If WWE would focus on every aspect of the company
Updated 03-05-2012 at 11:21 PM by Frank
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