Hello once again guys. Before I start with the review of this year's Night of Champions event, allow me to apologise. Last month, I had every great intention of writing a review of the awesome Summerslam event.... but the problem with intentions is that life can sometimes get in the way. And when I mean life, I mean alcohol in very large doses. I can barely remember what happened that night as I was
Updated 09-16-2013 at 10:16 PM by Frank
Hello once again everyone, your friendly neighbourhood Thom Hodkinson, here to drop my thoughts on this year's inaugural helping of Payback. Some fair excitement headed into this one, with the in-ring returns of both CM Punk & Dolph Ziggler for the Chicago crowd to enjoy, plus the delicious promise of a 3 Stages of Hell Match for the WWE Title.
So, as always, let's get right into
I've noticed there has been an abandonment of TNA reviews and since the results don't even get posted on this website, I thought I'd give it a shot. I'd like to make this a weekly thing, so all feedback or even just saying that you like it would be greatly appreciated.
So we start off (After the video package of course) With Devon talking to Wes Briscoe and Garrett Bischoff telling
Updated 04-20-2013 at 06:56 PM by jginger
So the road to Wrestlemania has officially begun..except in this case that may not be such a positive statement. After last nights Royal Rumble, one has to question what Wrestlemania is going to look like. Our World Heavyweight champion is more of a latino hero than a wrestler, our WWE champion is (in my opinion) a washed up wrestler who was not exactly perfect in his prime, with a spotlight-grabbing
Mr original plan was to review this week in WWE, so here's that: it sucked. So after I went over that, I thought of something much better for a review. The over 400 day championship reign of CM Punk.
In the last year, CM Punk has defeated almost every top level superstar, and that's not just a figure-of-pro-wrestling-speech, he really has. Alberto Del Rio, The Miz, Dolph Ziggler, Chris
Cody Rhodes & Damien Sandow vs. Sin Cara & Rey Mysterio
I only had one problem with this match and it was the build up to it, Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara are just thrown into a number one contenders match while Rhode Scholars had to beat 3 other teams? It'd make sense if they were on a winning streak but their TV presence lately has been virtually zero. The match itself was a good one,
Another episode of Smackdown has come and gone, which means itâ€™s now time to start Talking Smack!
There were a few things that stood out to me on this weekâ€™s episode. The first being the unification of Team Hell No. Finally, they are on the same page. All it took was them to get beat down by the Shield on Raw.
The second thing that stood
I was working while watching the PPV so I missed half of some parts but hey, it's just Survivor Series.
Brodus Clay, Rey Mysterio, Sin Cara & International Airstrike vs. Prime Time Players, Epico and Primo & Tensai
A pretty good match, WWE pretty much did what I expected them to given the structure of the teams. Nice to warm up the crowd for the rest of the show and
Updated 11-19-2012 at 05:01 PM by straightuptagteammatch
When the second best match of the evening is a Divaâ€™s tag match, that means youâ€™re probably watching Smackdown, which means itâ€™s time to start Talking Smack.
Speaking of talking smack, the standout this week was me. I win this award for being able to sit through this entire weekâ€™s episode and still have
Another week of the WWEâ€™s â€œB-Showâ€ is in the books, which means it is time to start Talking Smack!
Believe it or not, but the thing that stood out the most to me was the opening segment of Miz TV. First off, the Miz was killing it on the mic. His comment to Daniel Bryan of â€œI bet your friends at the betting
Updated 10-20-2012 at 12:17 PM by Frank
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