After a lackluster Battleground pay-per-view which saw no WWE Champion crowned, the WWE heads to South Beach for the fifth annual Hell in a Cell pay-per-view on Sunday, October 27th at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida.
And so without further delay, here's what to expect:
Will a WWE Champion finally be crowned?
Following the WWE Championship match
The Montreal Screwjob is an infamous moment that almost all wrestling fans know. Even those who have never seen the Shawn Michaels/Bret Hart match – which is good, but lacks an exciting finish – will have heard of the moment when Vince McMahon transformed into Mr McMahon and ended The Hitman’s WWF career with a shocking twist.
The back story is convoluted and differs depending
So we're at that time of year, they time of year where everyone wonders "is Sting going to resign with TNA or is Sting going to finally sign with WWE?"
Now I've read a lot of comments on various websites stating "Sting is to old", "WWE won't benefit from Sting signing" or the one I see most, "i don't want to see Sting vs Undertaker anymore"
Stone Cold Steve Austin. The Rock. Masked Kane. Chris Jericho. Triple H. The Undertaker. The Dudley Boyz. The Hardy Boyz. Too Cool and Rikishi. Mick Foley. Edge and Christian. New age outlaws. Trish Stratus. Molly Holly. Lita. Victoria. Kurt Angle. William Regal. Eddie Guerrero. Chris Beniot(he was fucked in the head, but the man could wrestle), Booker T....
These were the names that
Updated 02-08-2014 at 05:05 PM by redRaider22
No superstar in the WWE is more loved than Daniel Bryan. We can agree with that can't we? I'd argue no superstar is more hated right now in the WWE then Batista!! People are actually online debating on who in 2014 should main event Wrestlemania 30 with them being the 2 superstars? Who woulda thought in 2006 that in 2014 we may actually get to see this Mania main event in 2014. Good thing I'm not a
Updated 03-13-2014 at 10:27 PM by TheGreatOne
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TNA 10: Top 10 moments
In this blog I will be counting down my top ten moments in TNA history, I believe myself to be fan of both WWE and TNA and more importantly professional wrestling as whole. I proudly say I have watched TNA since the first PPV from Huntsville, Alabama (mainly because it was on free television here in the UK). I stopped watching a few times but always kept up on the storylines.
I saw a recent comment on the news section where someone stated (in a negative and smarky way) that TNA is smaller than even ECW was under Paul Heyman.
I never do these blogs but felt compelled to do a quick one and list some comparisons to try and educate some of the newer Wrestling fans who (by the fault of WWE's monopoly and twisting of history) don't know any better.
Updated 09-16-2013 at 08:49 AM by Arron "Manchester" DEE
The WWE enters this fall with no new hit ideas outside of Nexus, which to this writer is getting stale with all the beat downs and making the WWE top elite look weak.
WWE Smackdown will switch networks from the MyNetworkTV to Sy-fy. It seems since the roster split back in 2002 WWE has been searching for answers for the Smackdown brand. But until they decide to seriously give Smackdown
So I was impressed with RAW last night and the Nexus looked good. I wouldn't shun them away quite yet if I were the WWE. Here's what I was thinking of last night...
Alright so Cena Vs Barrett.. somehow they should let Barrett get the win, Cena is forced to join the group.
Now let's get real, if that happened, would the fans accept it? Would Cena accept it?
Ok so before I get to the big reveal here are some questions you should ask yourself:
1. Do you watch RAW and/or Smackdown every week? Every other week? As often as possible?
2. Do you pay for the ppvs thinking or knowing they will be crap? Did they prove you wrong?
3. Do you buy Smackdown vs RAW games every year knowing you'll only play it a few weeks
Updated 11-30-2010 at 08:39 PM by Frank
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