Twitter:Well Royal Rumble was on the top ten trending on Yahoo all 3 times I checked my email today.
Overall it is pretty annoying. The Twitter obsession is what gets to me the most. I don't like hearing it during the match. It honestly gets old even seeing the ads when they come back from commercial about how many people watched Raw the past week
Also I kinda dislike how
Updated 02-04-2012 at 07:24 PM by Frank
To be honest im personally glad jericho didnt win the royal rumble. The last couple of years it's been wrestlers who are main event material who have been out sidelined, injured for months and suddenly comeback and win the RR like they instantly deserve it, i.e Edge/cena when ppl have been busting their asses in the ring for the opportunity to main event wrestlemania.
Now don't get the
Hello WWE fans. I'm going to share with you my wishlist for WWE's next video game. I urge you to leave your opinions also in the comments below.
- Create A Superstar: For create a superstar, in the next game, I want the old skin color texture to be brought back. There are certain characters me and other fans would like to create but struggle to do
Hello awesome wrestling fans. Hope your doing well. A thought came to me and said what if Wrestlemania 28 was based on matches that not just made sense but would completely unpredictable from what the WWE is going to do. This are matches that have not been rumored and/or rarely mentioned. So here we go. I am not saying this is my dream card, but some of these would make alot of sense.
The Royal Rumble.
Going in I had so many fantasies about what the outcome would be; who would shine, rumble â€˜Legendâ€™ returns and if there would be any surprise returns to the main roster. I thought the latter may be even more promising in light of Randy Orton's early return for Smackdown and for some reason I just kept getting Batista's music stuck in my head in the build
Hi everyone, like manyrecently on here I am a long time reader and first time blogger. I have beenwatching wrestling since just before Wrestlemania 9, to be honest over the pastyear or so have not watched as much due to the birth of my son but over thelast few weeks have been getting back into it.
Anyway on with what I thinkwould make a good Wrestlemania with the talent available and the way
Hey wrestling faithful. DK Wrestling Savior here with, finally, a report on TNA that is worth writing.
I haven't written anything about TNA recently because, well, it has just sucked. The bleeping out of the "A" word, the holding back and incredibly fake looking chair and chain shots by Bubba Ray Dudley, *yes, I said it*, too much Eric Young and ODB screen time. And everything
[B]Enforcer:[/B] Wade Barrett
[B]Manager:[/B] William Regal
[B]Ladies Man/Treasurer:[/B] Drew McIntyre
Now for those of you that have played the first part of Road to WrestleMania in WWE '12, you may recognize the members as the members of The United Kingdom stable. I think they should bring this stable out of the game and have it in real
Updated 02-02-2012 at 08:21 PM by Frank
5. Michael Elgin: After posting a very strong 2011, Elgin seems destined to really break out in 2012. The 245 pound, strong, agile, monster won the Survival of the Fittest tournament in 2011, guaranteeing himself a World Title shot sometime this year. I'd be surprised if he gets the World Title this year, but I could certainly see him winning the TV title this year.
4. Kyle O'Reilly:
Tyson Kidd was the last ever graduate of the Hart Family Dungeon, an acolade he is never uncomfortable spreading around. Tyson started in the WWE as a tag-team remake of the British Bulldogs, and went on to be like a disrespected Bulldog: Stuck in the Doghouse. Tyson Kidd has got nowhere left to go in creatives eyes, but the IWC knows that the WWE Creative team is blinder than a newborn snake.
Updated 02-02-2012 at 07:14 PM by The Piper
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