A follow up to my original Top 20 wrestlers who should be in the Hall of Fame I posted a few days ago, I present here the second top 20 (#s 40-21). Special considerations were made to The Rock N' Roll Express, Killer Khan, Psycho Sid, Sean Waltman, John Tolos & John Barend. There is a long storied history in pro-wrestling and the WWE with many more names to consider. If I made a list including
Updated 01-13-2012 at 12:04 PM by Wombat Attack
Welcome to another edition of STATE OF THE 'E in blog form. I'm anticipating writing this one because I'm sure many people will disagree and say that 2011 was one of the worst years. I digress but, I normally do in this situation. I'm not going to number reasons why I believe 2011 was one of the best years, I'm just going to write and see where it takes me. Hopefully you read and you throw some thoughts
Hey guys Knox here. Just blogging for fun on the funniest guys in wrestling today. I think no matter how inconsistent the product is for TNA & WWE, the one thing that's present is humorous characters and that's always good news. I'm going to share my rank of the 10 funniest. This list is strictly WWE & TNA
10 Funniest Guys in Wrestling Today:
10. Cm Punk
February 2001 ; ECW goes belly up.
March 2001: Vince McMahon buys wCw and gains a monopoly on the business.
2001 was the year the wheels began to come off. The loss of Triple H and Chris Benoit, two of their prime workers at that time, a failed heel turn for Stone Cold Steve Austin along with a failure of an angle called the Invasion were just the main things needed to
Hello Splashers! Iâ€™m not going to dilly dally on this one, as I know this topic might bring some heat on me. This past Monday The Four Horseman were inducted this past week, on what many believe to be, was a very dry Monday Night RAW. Although I had no doubt that the group deserved to be inducted
Updated 01-12-2012 at 07:54 PM by Rick Starr
Here are some of my thoughts on the WWE Diva's Division.
First of all I have to say that the Divaâ€™s Division is absolutely horrendous right now. In my opinion we as fans want to tune in and be entertained and we want to see quality wrestling matches and storylines. Donâ€™t waste our time with a two minute Divaâ€™s match with no back story. The best Divaâ€™s wrestlers
When i think about some of my favorite moments from the WWE, a lot of them come from the year 2005. After doing some reflecting I thought I would take a look at 2005 in whole, and what really made it a great year to be a fan of the WWE. I hope you enjoy reading
At the start of the year, we began with a now no longer used ppv in the form of New Years Revolution. The match that stuck out
Hey guys Knox here. Despite seeing my favorite of all time Edge being announced as a 2012 Hall of Fame Inductee, I was even more excited to see the greatest stable of all time, The Four Horsemen be announced as an inductee as well. Yeah I said it, "Greatest Stable of All Time"
What made the Horsemen so great?:
This is an easy one. They had a real life persona
Hey Everyone. DK Wrestling Savior here. I really need to change that name. Any suggestions? Nevermind. I'm just opening the floodgates of immaturity with that request.
I'm going to do something a little different on this post. I won't be posting this weekend with Smackdown and TNA thoughts so I wanted to touch on the current storylines in the WWE. I will also be speculating on how I
Greetings ewrestlingnews.com community,
I'd normally post an article like this under the forums section, but for some reason my iPAD isn't working right so I'm going to make this a blog.*
Every year, TNA Wrestling hosts (in my opinion) one of the Top 10 Biggest Pay-Per-Views of the year. It is TNA's equivalent of WWE's Survivor Series, and it's name, is Lockdown.*
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