Hey guys hope all is well. Dolph & Kingston have literally been experiencing an on-screen rivalry for about 2 years on and off and my question is where is this going?
Now Kofi & Dolph happen to be my two favorite midcarders. I honestly look at their rivalry as something fresh and amazing and I honestly don't want it to end anytime soon.
When I look at these
Updated 07-07-2011 at 07:57 AM by Frank
The return of Battle Bowl: The Lethal Lottery
(Starrcade '91 & '92, Slamboree '96)
This WCW concept was excellent - the ending culmination was a disappointment.
What Worked: The Lethal Lottery concept placed 20+ wrestlers names into a spinning barrel and were drawn Randomly and On Air to make up unique Tag Teams. These Tag Teams would pit friend vs. friend
I'm sitting at home awaiting one of my favorite shows: [B]WWE MONDAY NIGHT RAW[/B]!!! During the signature, I'm always promised "We Have A Great Show" and then we get into the meat of it.
Tonight, something strange happened. Something in my eyes I thought I wouldn't see for at least a couple more years. My 6 year old boy looked at me and said:
Hey guys, now before the bashing starts, I know 100% that this whole Punk possibly leaving with the WWE Title isn't an invasion angle but what if it was? A man can dream right?
I will reiterate that I'm ranting based on what if's and what I and the people want to see.
Now after watching Punk's original promo and the promo between Cena & Vince, I began to think long
Updated 07-05-2011 at 02:38 PM by Frank
After reading comments on this page from the readers about how TNA was so awful and WWE was the best thing since sliced bread. Let's recap some of WWE's greatest failures that we've lived through:
1) The Montreal Screwjob: Enough has been said about this that it's way past old news, but before this we weren't seeing behind the scenes documentaries and how the matches were put together.
Updated 07-05-2011 at 09:01 AM by Sucram MaI
Alright. Time for another blog by Wrestling_Deluxe_08. All I ask is that you leave your comments down below after reading.
Time for a dose of reality. It seems to me that a huge majority of the fans here in the IWC/YWC do nothing but constantly bitch, moan, and complain about what they see on WWE and TNA. They cry about TNA (Impact Wrestling) not showcasing the X-division anymore
Updated 07-05-2011 at 08:37 PM by Wrestling_Deluxe_08
Having recently heard the talk of the WWE copywriting, trademarking, or whatever you want to call it, the names â€œCM Punkâ€ and â€œThe Last Outlawâ€, this fan is instantly reminded of the Impact wrestling former tag team â€œTeam 3Dâ€'s departure from the WWE. Formerly known worldwide as the Dudley Boyz, this team electrified the tag team division in the late 90s and early
Now im going to start off saying we all know by now that CM punks Work/Shoot has shaken up things in the wrestling community. That Promo on Raw last week was with out of doubt some of the best Television we have seen on a wrestling show in quite some time, and it was only a 6 min segment at the end of RAW.
Is there anyone out like me who is tired of the Bullshit that goes on in the
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
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