On December 15th, it is booked, as of right now, that we may see a unification of the WWE and World Heavyweight aka WCW aka NWA Championship. I say this with trepidation because that is how creative have handled it. With keeping only one foot in, the authority keep asking themselves ‘should we really do this?’
So should they really do this? Yes. Why? Because no matter how
July 14, 2013 will mark the return of Rob Van Dam to the WWE at their Money in the Bank Pay Per View. He was last seen in the promotion at the 2009 Royal Rumble. He has since been employed by TNA aka ‘Impact Wrestling.’
Though not a personal favorite of mine, he is immensely talented and a big name in the business. Not on the level of The Rock and Brock Lesnar as far as general popularity,
The Shield are the best thing in wrestling at the moment. After arriving in the WWE last year, they made waves with their invasion style gimmick. It’s an easy gimmick because it’s not hard to get over. The challenge of it is keeping it over. You need to keep it fresh and its success really relies on its participants.
Their first match didn’t happen until months after their
Here it is again, prediction time. This time it’s for the granddaddy of them all, Wrestlemania. Here we go!
Intercontinental Championship Match
The Miz (Challenger) vs Wade Barrett (Champion)
I hate to think of the Miz with a loss here. The Miz made a stellar return last year, showing much improved pacing in the ring. Aligning with Ric Flair helped
To many wrestling fans, the Attitude Era is the greatest era in professional wrestling history. It is the benchmark in which all characters and angles since have been judged. Whether unfair or not, it is unquestionable about its impact.
The WWE made a transition from its Attitude Era to the era we have now deemed the ‘PG era.’ Obviously because the WWE went from being a ‘hard TV14’