Hey everyone! This blog isn't dedicated towards any females in WWE history only towards the ones refered to as Divas. Keep in mind my list is not based on wrestling skill alone, but rather on the impact these women had in WWE and maybe even the entire wrestling world. The list will be in no particular order and has a brief explanation on why I feel they belong there, but feel free to add your own
Hey guys, Knox here again, hope all is well. Today I'm blogging on underrated divas. Their are many divas that came along in the ranks of the WWE that received and didn't receive credit. You got your eye candy and your actual brawlers that could go with the best of them.
I look back in the past and the WWE catered their time to push people like Torrie Wilson and Dawn Marie, pure
Wrestling had some great vignettes that made you anticipate a return or a debut of a Wrestler, Such as the Mr Perfect vignettes or the Mankind vignettes come to mind. Wrestling also had some great Videos done outside the ring like the NWO videos and the Exciting, spine chilling Video of Austin trying to break in to Brian Pillmans house.... Well these Videos and vignettes are nothing like those ones,
Updated 09-29-2011 at 10:51 PM by THE_CRIPPLER
Wassup Splashers! With the Hell in Cell right around the corner, everybody seems to be talking about it. Also since my Night of Champions Picks was a dead flop, I decided to give this one a pass and talk about other things.
On WWE Managment:
For most of you WWE fans, the answer seems
Updated 09-29-2011 at 09:12 PM by Rick Starr
Hello once again all my fellow wrestling aficionados. It has been awhile since my last post, but I, like all of you, have been following our shared passion most diligently. For those of you who have read my blogs and/or posts you may know that I tend to be a positive person and choose to on occasion acknowledge the good things going on in wrestling today. This blog is meant to highlight some of
WWE has been billing the main event for Wrestlemania for a "dream" match of Rock vs. Cena.
Who I'll root for: Rock
Who should win: Cena - I don't think the WWE has had a harder worker than Cena in all the time they’ve been operating. Although I am not a Cena fan, he does deserve to bask in the victory over Rock at Wrestlemania. And when you compare Cena to Rock –
These Men Changed wrestling. In different time spans, These men all have made a huge impact on wrestling and helped it evolve from what it was. In Different ways these 5 men changed wrestling and their influence still shows in todays product. These 5 Men Changed The business and American Wrestling has never been the same since, So without further ado, Here is the Top 5 most Important men in Wrestling.
Updated 09-29-2011 at 05:16 AM by THE_CRIPPLER
Steve Blackman began wrestling professionally in 1986 at Stu Hart's Stampede Wrestling. By 1988 the WWF began to show interest when he was struck with Malaria and Dysentery. In their attempts to end Blackman's existence, Malaria and Dystenery let their guards down. Blackman hit Malaria with a kendo stick and Dysentary with a roundhouse kick. You don't mess with Steve Fucking Blackman.
Yes I have to decided to try a blog, not that anyone here knows me at all but that's allright.
-- Contains some of Smackdown spoilers from this Friday --
First I like to share my thoughts about the Hell in a Cell PPV, I think this PPV won't be as succesfull or entertaining as any other of the PPVs. This is because the lack of build-up and taking
Updated 09-29-2011 at 01:12 PM by Jags
How Hell In A Cell Changed WWE
Hello everyone,I hope you enjoy this blog about Hell In A Cell and we all know that is the next ppv comming up,so I felt this was the perfect time to write about this topic.
Hell In A Cell is a 20 foot high roofed cell structure.It first debuted in autumn 1997 at badd blood.The heart break kid Shawn Michaels and the dead man The
Updated 09-28-2011 at 03:30 AM by deadly56
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