Back in 1998 there was a fantastic storyline that kept me on the edge of my seat and glued, to my TV every week. That storyline began at (WWF) Breakdown. When Stone Cold lost the Championship belt.
Withing the coming months from October of 1998 (Judgement Day) up to March 1999 (Wrestlemania XV). Austin was on a quest trying to get back his championship belt that he lost.
Updated 06-30-2012 at 04:57 PM by ThePunkasaurus
Hey guys Knox here hoping all is well with you folks. Lately I've been checking out TNA more and more and regardless of the ratings, I've found myself enjoying Impact Wrestling alot more and at the moment, I prefer it over Raw & Smackdown.
I wanted to talk about the revamped Bound For Glory Series and how it comes to the Royal Rumble. So far the most obvious comparison is the
Updated 06-30-2012 at 09:34 AM by knox
Over the last three years, many more times than not, it was a chore to sit down for a full episode of Impact. With this being said, it is very understandable that many people are still discouraged from watching and are still turned off from the product as a whole. However, since going live, TNA has really stepped their game up. There is no better time to at least casually follow the product. Since
Updated 06-29-2012 at 03:17 PM by YOUcanCALLmeCRACK
What's up everybody, Renevious here again. I hope all of you are doing well and thanks in advance for reading. This is probably going to be one of my shorter blogs, but I can't promise anything. We'll just have to see where the muses take me. Anyway, I'm here to talk about why I feel that Money in the Bank needs to go away.
If you go back and look at my old blogs, I'm sure you'll find
Hey grapple fans itâ€™s the Great Blueski again... this blog is about the thoughts I had for the evolution of TNA. Now bear with me because I started this blog a few weeks if not a month and a half ago and abandoned it cos I had some boxing ish to talk about elsewhere on the web (it's been a funny few months in the boxing world wrestling fans... Pac Man was screwed worse than the Rock at Wrestlemania
He TNA'ers from all around. The Saviour here with another edition of Sudden Impact, where it's all Impact Wrestling, and none of the Evil Empire from up north. Yes, I did retire the Abdominal Stretch on Monday but Sudden Impact has been equally as successful, and I'm going to take this one and run with it.
What's interesting is, I titled this week's edition...If There's Any Justice. That
Updated 06-28-2012 at 11:07 PM by DK Wrestling Savior
Hey everyone. I'm back with another opinion of mine. In this post, I will be sharing with you my predictions for the result of WWE's upcoming Pay-Per-View, Money In The Bank. I hope you all enjoy.
[B]Pre-Show match: Drew McIntyre vs. Ezekiel Jackson [/B]
[B]Winner via Book of Ezekiel: Ezekiel Jackson[/B]
[B]WWE Championship Money in the
Updated 06-29-2012 at 05:23 PM by ozfan
Hi everyone, first time blogger so just giving an opinion on something which I believe should happen at the Hall of Fame 2013. With Brock Lesnar going to be at Wrestlemania 29 and the company building a main event around him which will be a certain, then surely it would make sense for his real-life wife to be inducted into the Hall of Fame... the ONE and ONLY Sable!
I did both Raw and Smackdown top 10 good and bad moments. Now it is WCW Monday Nitro's turn. I'd like to start on the positive end first when dicussing WCW. Give it some love after growing up watching it. This list is bad on my opinion as always. Some forget, agree or disagree....let us show love to WCW Nitro. This is not WCW history....just WCW Nitro history.
1.Goldberg wins WCW title
Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls, children of all ages, welcome to the inaugural blog, the beginning of an era. Welcome to "The Resh says:"
For starters, The Resh says...I don't know why I'm seeing all of these regulars in the blog world are deciding to hang it up. I just read one is quitting because it is becoming to flooded with top 10 lists, repetitive complaints, and
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