I havenâ€™t done a blog in a while, so I thought Iâ€™d write about an issue within WWE thatâ€™s been a concern of mine and many others for quite some time. Recently Iâ€™ve noticed a great deal of talk about WWEâ€™s tag-team division â€“ or lack thereof. Iâ€™ve seen several proposed â€˜answersâ€™ to the decline of the division as well as suggestions as to
Surely the idea of announcing a match a year in advance would be to give it the biggest build in the history of the WWE. The prospect of a year long feud is an exciting, yet brave one. Keeping the audienceâ€™s interest in a feud for twelve months is a difficult task and from April 4 2011, I knew that WWE would struggle with this task.
Up until about a week ago, Iâ€™d pretty
Itâ€™s usually about a month before the Royal Rumble event that we begin to see the â€˜Royal Rumble in Numbersâ€™ videos and by this point we know it off by heart. This year has been no different. Last yearâ€™s emphasis was on the fact that the Rumble would for the first time have forty participants. This yearâ€™s highlights that â€˜for the first time ever, every WWE superstar is eligible to enter
Weâ€™ve seen it time and time again; WWE introduces big guys presented as â€˜monstersâ€™ but somewhere down the line they lose their credibility. The Big Show debuted in the WWF as a dominant Giant. He went on to win the WWF Championship before becoming this comic-value character who came to the ring as â€˜Showkishiâ€™, â€˜The Big Showbowskiâ€™ or â€˜The Showsterâ€™.