Ladies and gentlemen; welcome to another edition of Loose Cannon. In my last edition; I explained how the Cruiserweight Division is vital to any promotion and how it should be taken advantage of. In the following blog; I will blog about the WWE Battleground 2013 card. As many of you presumably known; WWE Battleground is the new PPV concept that WWE has created alongside other countless PPV's that
I know a lot of folks will quickly slam me for having Chris Sabin labeled "superstar". Cut me some slack here, this series is to talk about wrestlers and would like for readers to show Sabin a little bit more respect as well. Why Chris Sabin of all people? Well I'm not only a WWE fan, but I'm a fan of TNA even though the comments I have given on recent product hasn't been all that great.
Updated 09-09-2013 at 01:05 PM by TheGreatOne
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Welcome to the first ever edition of the WWE Outside the Box blog series with Anthony_Eckman and mr. onemanband. Think PTI, only with hair.
We are very excited about this and hope you guys will enjoy it.
Now this blog is going to be set up like this, each blog OMB and Anthony will each select two ideas for the blog that isn't what most people would blog on instead of
WWE has always had corporate figureheads. I grew up watching Jack Tunney making the big decisions like announcing Hulk Hogan vs. The Ultimate Warrior at WrestleMania VI. Others maybe remember Gorilla Monsoon. Most, however, I’d hazard to guess, will remember one corporate figurehead above all others: Vince McMahon.
During the fondly remembered Attitude Era and especially during the Monday
Updated 10-07-2013 at 05:20 PM by Nick Piers
Let's be honest here, TNA and WWE both have Hall of Fame ceremony's yearly. WWE inducting 6-8 while TNA just 1. In any case, why don't the Hall of Fames get respected? My issues with both company's Hall of Fames? Should active wrestlers be inducted? Should celebs get a spot in the Hall? Why do former wrestlers, fans, among others believe the Hall of Fames are a joke? Yes, I typed in TNA Hall of Fame
Updated 10-11-2013 at 10:17 PM by TheGreatOne
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The Med Blog
A New Road To Wrestlemania
The road to Wrestlemania is getting near and nearer by the day. The annual build up to the greatest show in wrestling today. Year after year we have the Wrestlemania logo show up above the crowd on RAW and storylines building up to D day.
Thinking of the build up shows prior to the big one, the Royal Rumble,
Updated 10-14-2013 at 06:19 PM by Medplaya
Welcome all to another edition of Loose Cannon. As most of the WWE Universe is aware, we are approaching a milestone PPV as Survivor Series this year celebrates its 26th annual event. Most feuds speculated to carry on to this PPV is Heyman/Punk final encounter and Orton/Bryan.
18,000 in Attendance
"How you survive?"
I've been rather quiet on the boards as of late, but as always, I've been watching and evaluating.
The post-Summerslam scenario was one of the most intriguing and hopeful landscapes I've seen present itself in recent memory. John Cena, the WWE's biggest asset, was knowingly going away on a multiple month hiatus. Part-timers like Brock Lesnar, Chris Jericho,
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(1) Tomoaki Honma vs. Yohei Komatsu
◆Winner: Honma (8:30) following the Kokeshi.
(2) KUSHIDA & Sho Tanaka vs. Valiente & BUSHI
◆Winner: BUSHI (10:27) with the M/X on Sho.
(3) Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Manabu Nakanishi & Yuji Nagata vs. Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka & YOSHI-HASHI
Way back when I was a lad, each title meant something special and individual in it's own right. Granted, there were fewer, but each one represented a certain tier and level of accomplishment and herein I think, lies the answer.
WWE needs to reestablish a level of ranking where certain guys are only involved in one scene at a time. For instance, if you are in a tag team, you should rarely,
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