Welcome to the first Rebel Lion's Den...I hope you enjoy!!
A WWE pay-per-view is supposed to incite anticipation & excitement into the minds and hearts of the fans, but this hasn't been the case lately. With all the gimmick PPVs and PPVs with no real history, the WWE has seen a dramatic drop in the interest and buyrates of their PPVs. I feel this could be a reversible trend by simply
If a money in the bank ladder match is to happen at Wrestlemania then these are the top 5 people I think will have a chance to win it.
5. Cody Rhodes
I can see him winning and wwe using it for his first world heavyweight championships reign, however because of his possible match with Goldust I don't think he'll be in the match.
Ok so this might rub some people up the wrong way but these are my thoughts and opinions about the Miz and I truly believe the Miz needs to shake things up before he falls to the bottom of the pack but feel free to comment otherwise.
Now let me start off by saying I was a supporter and really got behind the Miz when he was WWE champion and thought he did a good job in the main event
Whether it is the big "pop", the lights, the ceremony, the music or the circunstance everbody has an entrance that brings the chills and increases the pulse pounding.
10. Rowdy Roddy Piper...bagpipes and march
9. Nikita Koloff slow walk to the ring, cage match, all the Horsemen are in the ring, surrounding Dusty...The Russians were feuding with Dusty and magnum TA. Nikita
I grew up in the Mid-Atlantic area with the best ever wrestling organization...the NWA. They emphasizes tag-team wrestling which spun-off groups, cliques and stables, as they had each others back. I wonder, who was the most influencial and significant. I suggest the following.
10. The Russians, Ivan & Nikita Koloff.
These guys were big, strong, mean wrestlers that gave a nation
Brock already won both belts but there is a few ufc champions who could potentially do the same and id love to see them in wwe its just some fantasy booking i know it wont happen lol
Cain looks like a monster, although hes not a great talker he could come in as a bodyguard type gimmick maybe for a Mexican wrestler such as Del Rio, i know vince likes to target
Updated 02-08-2012 at 04:05 PM by Frank
[B]WWE Champions [/B]
3. Shelton Benjamin
2: Matt Hardy
1: Bobby Lashley
[B]World Heavyweight Champions[/B]
5: Scott Steiner
4: Shelton Benjamin
3: Matt Hardy
2: Bobby Lashley
1: Mr. Kennedy
5: Joey Mercury
4: Charlie Haas
3: Kenny Dykstra
What's poppin folks! RatedATB back at it again with first addition of Book It, where I take certain feuds or matches and book them the way I think would be interesting. I hope to continue this series, and I'll take requests as well, so if there's anything you'd like me to book, as far as feuds, matches, or even ppvs, just send me a request in the comments and I'll take it under consideration.
Hey guy Knox here, I hope all is well with you guys. I've been gone for a while as I've said before, school has been kicking my butt lately but none the less I have another top 15 list.
I decided to do this list after hearing about Elijah "The Pope" Burke's issues in TNA with him claiming he's being underused. I'd say he's damn right so I thought I'd blog about 14 other
I know what your thinking, "The Piper is blogging on an Impact Superstar!" or "Piper actually does someone on TV more than NXT?" And correct you are, I never thought I would write an Impact blog, but yes, I watch Impact every week, but never gave blogging about it any thought.
AJ Styles is a born Middle, Upper, high card, and main event wrestler, and
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