Triple H is one of those wrestlers in the world and of the past few years that almost everyone (and quite possibly everyone) seems to have an opinion about.
It has been well documented his politicking, all the way into the top of the company for the forseeable future, apparent butt kissing and whoring into power.
Though this may be true and backed up by people in the
Updated 07-03-2011 at 08:36 AM by The Next Big Thing
I've been following the world that VKM created (Because lets face it, the one his father made was WAY different.) since about 1986. I was two years old and I was exposed to the likes of "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat, Bret "The Hitman" Hart, and so many others that I was hooked indefinitely.
Then a few stars left and an influx of more
Updated 07-03-2011 at 03:11 PM by Frank
With The Miz and A-Ri falling out after Over the Edge Pay Per View, wrestling hot sheets anticipating the eventual and planned back stabbing of Ted DiBiase Jr. to Cody Rhodes, after just reuniting after the draft, and a new manager for Tyson Kidd every week, my thoughts on these events keep causing me to think back to the early 90s and the now famous break-up of The Rockers. Since I am new to this
Hey Guys just an overview of the First Australian show put on from the WWE LIVE TOUR: - Sydney July 1st 2011 Show.
I’d say the Sydney ACER arena was pretty sold out, Compared to smackdown tour the year before it was absolutely packed. 1 section of the very very very top was tarped but other than that the entire arena was practically full 9-10,000 people and the crowd were very hyped up from
Updated 07-01-2011 at 09:43 PM by Clikka
Im not sure why but everyone seems to be hating on the rock lately. As a rocky fan I cant understand the reason for it
Cena I think is just saying stuff to promote the match and his interviews that provoked the rock as mentioned by rocky when he returned were done at the insistence of Vince in order to get what we now have the rock back in wwe.
I mean dont get
I've wanted to post this for ages now but keep forgetting to get around to it, then I forgot what I wanted to name it so I'm just going to settle on this.
There are also spoilers lower down in this blog. I'll be sure to try and point them out for anyone reading that doesn't want to know any.
For anyone whose read the two other blog entries before (#1 is here and #2 is
I'm sure many people are still hyped from Punk's promo that he had cut on this past Monday Night RAW. Now that Punk has broken through with this promo, this gives CM Punk fans more incentive to say "he's the best and should be the poster boy of the WWE". But what does it take to be a poster boy of the WWE? And is CM Punk really "WWE Poster Boy Material"?
In my opinion,
Updated 06-30-2011 at 05:48 PM by VKM
This is my first blog so if i make mistakes (which is very likely) dont be too hard on me. I am not a hater of randy or a fan in fact im not really affected by him either way be it face or heel which is a poor reflection on the guy as the one thing a 'superstar'should strive towards is a reaction be it negative or positive such as john cena...he gets both at the same time funnily enough, zack ryder
It’s no secret to anyone who has been watching WWE programming for the past 3 years, but the tag team division as it is currently represented is a terrible division. For a company who once showcased the best tag teams, and got behind the tag team belts as a valued prize to be won, the current position they are in is woeful. The tag belts are currently held by a set of joke champions, whose non-appearance
Hey guys, hope all is well. I was recently think about some of the most memorable tag-teams the past five years. Since 2006 I could only come up with Cryme Tyme.
I was thinking about how much they added to the program both for Raw & Smackdown. They were an amazing team that never won the Tag-Team titles which is beyond me.
WWE Tag Team Champs During The Cryme
Updated 06-30-2011 at 09:52 PM by knox
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