There is no way to sugar coat it, last week's Rawâ€‹ was an ABORTION. And as a wrestling fan, I feel insulted by what was presented to us. I will get to more into that later.
I became a wrestling fan on April 5th, 1992 when a friend had me over to watch Wrestlemania 8 at his Dad's house. I fell in love with the athleticism and over the top showmanship of it all. It just connected with
Money in the Bank recap
Money in the Bank has been a great pay-per-view for the last three years, and last night was no different. Yes, Cena predictably got an inexplicable main event slot (again) and won (again), but if you overlook the pointlessness of Cena being in the main event and having a Money in the Bank contract itâ€™s easy to see that last night WWE maintained their record
I see what you did there, WWE.
This may be the shortest blog entry I ever write, and it isnâ€™t out of laziness. No, it is out of the fact that Raw provided no more than ten minutes of worthwhile programming. I wish that was an exaggeration, but alas it is not. Kicking off with a, frankly, shocking moment of a marriage proposal (or two) was not a strong start in my eyes. It actually
Updated 07-10-2012 at 01:10 AM by Frank
It's Ramblin' Time!
Welcome everyone, to the Royal Ramble! I am Trick the writer of the Royal Ramble! Follow me on twitter @TheRoyalRamble once I get out of Twitter jail. This is the first addition to my weekly review blog on Raw! Before I start, if whatever I say offends or pisses anyone off, well then grow a pair and move on! Happy 4th of July by the way! Let's kick things off
Updated 07-05-2012 at 06:12 PM by TRICK1042
Before I delve into this weekâ€™s episode of Raw, I wanted to straighten something out. It seems that over the past couple of weeks this blog has become less of an objective look at the rivalries in WWE and the way that they play out on Raw every week, and more of a rant against a certain superstar, John Cena. I wanted to take this opportunity to apologise for changing the focus of my blog into
What the hell WWE!?
Since John Cena took over CM Punkâ€™s role in the Johnny Ace feud some months ago, Raw has been getting noticeably dull. Whatâ€™s more is that tonight was, to the best of my knowledge, the one-year anniversary of CM Punkâ€™s game-changing shoot promo. I would have never imagined that one year after that promo Raw would end on an incredibly boring
This weekâ€™s Raw can best be described as nothing more than a knockout.
Everyone knew â€˜the bossâ€™, Mr. McMahon was coming back to evaluate Johnny Aceâ€™s job performance this Monday night. More importantly, everyone knew Ace would not be fired. It just didnâ€™t make sense on a variety of levels.
Level one â€“ with no Johnny, Big Show versus John Cena at No Way
Hey Wrestling Fans from everywhere, and wherever. The Saviour here with another edition of The Abdominal Stretch. Thereâ€™s quite a few hot topics going on and Iâ€™ll also throw in a mini Raw review. So, settle in and enjoy the ride.
Without further adieuâ€¦
WWEâ€™S Depleted Roster
Itâ€™s been too long since someone has gotten a chance
During the "Attitude Era," the Divas of the WWE at the time consisted of beautiful but very talented wrestlers that included the likes of Trish Stratus, Lita, Sable, and many others.
However as the likes of Stratus and Lita retired from the ring, a new kind of Diva emerged. When Kelly Kelly made her WWE debut back in 2006, her glamorous looks and cheerful personality churned
Itâ€™s becoming a scary coincidence that whenever a storyline involving John Cena is the main event of a pay-per-view that the next few weeks on Raw are a major disappointment. With The Rock we never got a backlash from Cena. With Lesnar we got the same old Super Cena crap we always do. And this time weâ€™re being force fed this myth that the Big Show is actually a force to be reckoned with.
Updated 05-29-2012 at 05:56 AM by ComingToCinemas
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