Ever since resource shortages which were caused by world wars, the world greatly encourages recycling. But does that mean the wrestling world should do the same?
From the typical "bad-guy good-guy" to the old WCW NWO stables, the two biggest wrestling promotions of today (TNA & WWE) have reused the stables and story-lines that have made their companies bigger and better.
Updated 01-18-2011 at 01:24 PM by VKM
This is my first attempt at a blog, so please go easy. As the title explains i will tell you who i think WWE should push to main event status and i think should stay where they are, or be demoted.
Smackdown Push - Now before i start, you may be thinking why i have put smackdown first instead of Raw, the reason being is that I believe that smackdown has the majority of better wrestlers.
Updated 02-22-2011 at 10:59 AM by Frank
In this blog, I will simply go down the line, addressing problems in the WWE.
A-Austin needs to come back and wrestle. Recent reports have stated that he said he still has "Fuel in the tank" persay. That said, chances are he likely won't, as he is focused on his outside projects.
B- Bad booking. Simply put, the "WWE All Star" edition of Monday Night
Updated 06-14-2011 at 09:43 AM by Frank
Yes. That's right. i said it. The "WWEUniverse" is actually the worst thing going in THE 'E right now. I'm seeing more and more of it and I don't think it's going to stop. I will give examples on my thought process here. Have fun reading and can't wait to hear the snarmy comments and comebacks! =P
1.) CREATIVE - They are responsible for providing us fans with entertainment
Updated 06-15-2011 at 09:23 AM by Frank
I loved the attitude era like must of you have already expressed in previous blogs or comments do too. We loved the wrestlers, the storylines, the Monday night wars, etc. We loved everything about it and got behind it. We got to see wrestlers start at the bottom, become solid mid-carders, and eventual main-eventers.
Here are my reasons why I’m not a big fan of today’s wrestling.
Updated 06-23-2011 at 11:30 AM by Frank
This blog is for the True Loyal Fans who have been watching WWF/E for years now, I know there is allot of you out there who complain what WWE has become today in the internet or out in the street with your friends.
What is it that we don't like what WWE has become today??? IMO WWE should change there logo to WKE World Kid Entertainment because it seems to me they are just focusing on
Hey guys, Black Falcon here with my first ever blog on the upcoming WWE Pay Per View ‘Money In The Bank”. Only in its second year as a full PPV, The Money in The Bank match has taken mid-carders such as Jack Swagger and CM Punk and propelled them into big-time matches and Championship reigns.
Here I’ll be commenting on the confirmed championship matches, along with my predictions
The return of Battle Bowl: The Lethal Lottery
(Starrcade '91 & '92, Slamboree '96)
This WCW concept was excellent - the ending culmination was a disappointment.
What Worked: The Lethal Lottery concept placed 20+ wrestlers names into a spinning barrel and were drawn Randomly and On Air to make up unique Tag Teams. These Tag Teams would pit friend vs. friend
Hi all. Time for another blog! And i believe i'm writing at a time where blogs are flying in thick and fast, for obvious wrestling related reasons.
Well Money in the Bank is only a couple of week's away and in my estimation it is one of WWE's best PPV's. I know parts's of the wrestling community are not fan's of the 'themed ppv's' such as MITB, Fatal 4 Way and Hell in a Cell but i
this monday night Raw should open with Vince McMahon. he would inform us that Cena had failed last night and he is fired from WWE. But Mcmahon has a surprise for the WWE Universe. Austins music hits and here comes the SCSA with a mic in his hand. Austin says last night CM Punk left WWE with the title. after that Vince called Austin and begged Austin for a favour. So, heres Austin with an offer for
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