To continue where I left off on TNA the last time.
Here in the last few shows it seems the tag division has kind of hit a stale section. You don't see much in the way of feuding between many different tag teams like you used too. Motor City Machine Guns have been absent. The only two I have seen have been Ink Inc. and Mexican America. And of course M.A. got the belts from Beer Money.
By 1998 Stone Cold had reached the pinnacle of the WWF but there were no main event heels to challenge him for his belt. The Undertaker battled him as a face throughout the summer and he would also combat Mankind and Kane, neither of whom were seen as top level heels yet.
There was a secret race going on though. It involved factions, the Intercontinental Title and the Royal Rumble.
How to make a struggling midcarder into a solid maineventer
This blog is about struggling midcarders who have already been multi-time IC or US champs.Those are the type of midcarders this blog is about who are down on there luck,a perfect example could be John Morrison.Actually they don't have to be done on there luck but not able to reach the next stage of there career,
Updated 10-25-2011 at 11:02 AM by deadly56
November 9th 1997. The day the Attitude Era began.
The day the Attitude Era began will always be debated. Some will say King of the Ring ’96 when Austin delivered the ‘Austin 3:16’ line, others will say WrestleMania 13 when Bret Hart and Stone Cold finally collided but I point to Survivor Series ’97 as the key date. Austin is in no doubt the prominent wrestler of the era but
Haven't posted a blog in a while but I've been reading and the marks are still the same.
What TNA does wrong in your opinion?
Pushing their talent you always argue as to whom deserves a push. Credibility claiming that TNA is no longer a credible wrestling organisation. Hulk Hogan, Eric Bischoff, Jeff Hardy etcetera... individuals that work in the company.
Updated 10-23-2011 at 10:00 AM by Frank
Hey guys Knox here. I'm blogging on the stars who need a face/heel turn today in wrestling. Gimmicks and personalities become stale after a while and sometimes a turn can help rejuvenate a star. First of all, this list will not include Kane, Ken Anderson or Matt Morgan. Lol those 3 guys have turn more than anyone on wrestling history haha do the math.
Lets kick this off guys,
Updated 10-23-2011 at 09:59 AM by Frank
First off, I would like to say that I do not often post on this website and that this is my first blog. Second, I feel guilty about writing this about a day after RatedATB posted a blog entry about WWE PPVs. While RatedATB wrote more-so on which PPVs should be shown and I'm writing on pricing and the number of PPVs, I still feel guilty, especially on the count of my suggestions section. For those
This blog is about wrestlers who I think should have won a past Royal Rumble instead of the person that actually won it. It will also list how I would book the wrestler at Wrestlemania. I think it would have been better if it actually went this way.
Original Winner: Mr. McMahon
My Pick: The Rock
Since The Rock faced Stone Cold at WrestleMania that year, I
Updated 10-22-2011 at 06:44 PM by Frank
Well with the Lack of responce I had to my last blog I decided to do something a little more interesting. This is the Top 5 Combacks in Wrestling History. This Isnt a 1 time comeback, Its a list of men who came back to wrestling either from injury, Drug and Health issues or just retired, and when they returned they were better than they were before they left. Better in Ring and Bigger Stars than
Updated 10-21-2011 at 07:21 PM by THE_CRIPPLER
What's poppin everyone. I've been wanting to get something off my chest and that's WWE's ppv schedule. It seems every year the WWE adds or subtracts a show in favor of another and my question is why? What was wrong with the original schedule? In my opinion one of the worst things they did was making the themed ppvs. If it were up to me (and I wish a lot of things in WWE were up to me), I'd go back
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