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,
This is my first blog and I hope it wont be my last. Unless that killer shark gets loose again I think I will be fine.
I have stood in shadows for far too long watching all the wrestling I can endure and I can endure no more.
There is one thing that is bugging me so very much and that is the lack of events outside of the ring.
Now I don't mean CM Punk visiting ball
The last time I wrote anything about WWE was the Monday Night Raw after Augustâ€™s SummerSlam.
To give you all an idea of how long that is in the WWE Universe, I have a few examples of changes which have occurred since my last blog to throw your way:
- Daniel Bryan is now a two-time WWE Champion (thatâ€™s right, he now has two short-lived claims to the title),
I couldnâ€™t help myself. Although I said my last blog was the final entry in the fun facts series, this one is actually a prequel, so I didnâ€™t lie. These are pretty much left-overs from my previous blogs. This set of trivia is mostly based on older, rare facts from back in the day. Iâ€™m sure some of these wonâ€™t be shockers to you long-time wrestling fans. Iâ€™ve lost
Updated 10-22-2013 at 05:07 PM by Kajmere
The Attitude Era. Often defined as the introduction of sex, violence and unexpected plot twists in the world of professional wrestling. It is in the Attitude Era that one of the most influential figures in professional wrestling history had his greatest success as a performer and laid the groundwork for what would become todayâ€™s WWE. We are talking about none other than The Game; HHH.
Updated 10-19-2013 at 08:47 AM by Chris1978
The booking challenge is back! This time it is time to book Survivor Series 2013. 1 of the big 4, however Survivor Series really hasn't felt like a big ppv for some time. It is without question #4 of the big 4, but I bet some would argue it isn't even #4 overall. Some may say it is behind Extreme Rules or MITB. So bascially, I'm trying to give you motivation to give your best card here. For those
Updated 10-25-2013 at 07:31 PM by TheGreatOne
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?"
With news that the WWE has reportedly announced the dates for its 2014 pay-per-view schedule (http://www.ewrestlingnews.com/news/2...wwes-2014-ppvs), now good definitely be a good time to predict which cities would make a very good location for each PPV. And so without further delay, here is my projected 2014 WWE pay-per-view schedule:
Updated 10-19-2013 at 01:26 PM by Dashing Rachel
The evolution of wrestling over the years has been shifted from a sport to an entertainment industry. In fact, WWE ownerVince McMahon,was the very first to acknowledge it as Sports Entertainment, not a real sport.This was like a shot heard around the world, as everyone was shocked that such a statement was made public. Consequently, this move proved to ingenious, as it put to rest some of the fear
Updated 10-18-2013 at 10:46 AM by Frank
Now I haven't done of these for a while so I thought why not. Do not get me wrong, I love the WWE (or else why would I watch it?). I think they have done some amazing things and are doing quite well right now. However, there are times they have something or for this blog, someone, with a high potency that they just do not take advantage of. So here I will look at none other then Alex Riley. I will
Updated 10-22-2013 at 08:51 PM by Cross
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