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The build up to Wreslemania, certainly throughout March was one of the best roads to Wrestlemania I have seen and it made me very excited about Wrestlemania 28 - maybe too excited because post Wrestlemania, options for feuds and title changes seem limited. Old school wrestling psychology dictates that when a Babyface wins a high profile championship match follwing a lengthy series of promo's
Currently on the road to Wrestlemania, if I told you I was excited by all the potential match ups thus far I would be lying. There's no story lines similar to that of Austin Vs Michaels, Triple H Vs The Rock, Goldberg Vs Lesner, Warrior Vs Hogan - and all those past story lines which made the wait for Wrestlemania feel like waiting for Christmas. The WWE's Elimination Chamber is the last chance to
The Road Dog, Hacksaw Jim Duggan, The Great Khali, Ricardo Rodreguez (In those ghastly tighty whities), Mick Foley, Primo, Epico, Jimmy and Jay Uso, Santino Marella, Booker T, Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler, Karma - and I could go on but I guess I can let Justin Gabriel slide - just about.
On first viewing of the Royal Rumble I was a little deflated. Where were the real superstars? You know,
I am a hardcore pro wrestling fan. And as a pro wrestling fan who believes he knows it all, I have certain responsibilities. I was going to save my next blog for after the Royal Rumble but decided that this was not very brave of me. No, no, no. One of my key responsibilities is to spray you all with my arrogance and start making some predictions.
The most important of these is clearly
I am currently writing a wrestling blog on the Nexus - or more specifically - Life after Nexus mainly focusing on the current flourishing career of David Otunga. However, this all had to be placed immediately on hold as soon as I saw the debut of 'The Funkasaurus'
After a genuine jaw to the floor moment