Okay so this is my first little blog here, long time reader however and so I thought I'd have a little overview of wrestling in general today and the main 3 North American Companies, ROH, TNA and , of course, WWE.
I'd like to start by comparing their styles. ROH are easily the most talented wrestlers, even without Daniel Bryan and (presumably) the Kings of Wrestling, these guys know
Although at this stage we donâ€™t know the results of the final BFG PPV, Iâ€™ve actually found the BFG Series matches & theme to be the highlight of Impact. If you can ignore the PPV name (bit dicey, IMO), for once, it gave the TV main events a purpose, beyond some half witted feud decided when two names were pulled from a hat.
It allowed the top stars to build momentum, raised
Updated 09-26-2011 at 06:47 PM by kiltbill
You know I'm gonna fire off a quick rant because I'm sick of seeing this. Chris Jericho and Austin and others talking about people stealing their stuff.
Originally Posted by Everything is Jericho
â€œThere seems to be a lack of respect for the forefathers who came in and did it first and it's not just [CM] Punk, it's a whole litany of guys from Miz to Cody Rhodes to Mason Ryan to Sin Cara to Kelly Kelly, everybody is stealing
In continuing my rant on the state of TNA and its so-called brand here I present part 2, and a possible solution, to the TNA dilemma, and it's lack of a providing a viable alternative to the monopoly that is the WWE.
THE FINAL HOPE
In part one I mentioned one other wrestler that could legitimately stand off on the other side of the ring opposite Kurt Angle in the Shawn,
Updated 09-26-2011 at 03:44 PM by Wombat Attack
Hello and welcome to my second-ever blog! Woot.
Okay, let's just get right down to it. CM Punk has coined this the "Reality Era." Now, I'm a huge Punk fan; in fact, he's my favorite Superstar on the roster, for various reasons (I could write about why he's my favorite, but let's save that for another blog). Now I pose my question: Is the Reality Era just a one-time thing,
Hey Peeps, Knox here, hope everyone is doing ok. I'm here to talk about the current awful state of Smackdown. Now as many people know, there have been tragic economics events taking place at the expense of Smackdown. From their awful attendance rates and poor ratings as of late.
I basically wanna basically touch on the good times and bad times of Smackdown and ideas on how to make
For wrestling fans old enough to remember the 1990s, the wrestling wars between the WWF and WCW were a dream come true. The WWE has churned out a mediocre, over-exposed, over-hyped product for a decade now. That said, it's still the best promotion running. This is a sad truth.
There are plenty of indie promotions for wrestling fans out there, but quite frankly, I'm just 1 of many typical
Updated 09-26-2011 at 03:31 PM by Wombat Attack
Whatâ€™s up Splashers! In This edition, I take a look at the differences between TNA and the WWE. Now before anyone gets the wrong idea of me being just a WWE mark or a TNA mark, you got the wrong idea. I am a wrestling fan, which means I am bias. With that said letâ€™s get down to business.
Updated 09-26-2011 at 09:50 PM by Rick Starr
Hi all, iv'e been reading a lot of comments lately on EWN on the news feeds, Blogs and Forums and the one thing i keep reading repeatedly is people whinging about the current product WWE are delivering to us, so I thought, i'd weigh in and give my opinion.
I'm gonna start with the one thing nearly everyone complains about, John Cena, personally I am fed up with him being given the title
Okay, so we have a couple matches that we know or at least expect to happen at WrestleMania 28; The Rock VS John Cena, The Undertaker VS _______ for the streak (Randy Orton, my prediction) and some CM Punk/HHH/Stone Cold/McMahon angle. Despite the three matches starring mega WWE superstars, I think thereâ€™s room on the card for us to be â€˜savedâ€™ once again by the Ayatollah of Rock
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