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It takes longer and longer for my DVR to get cleaned, but I have finally done it! Okay, it is not completely clean, but I have six great early summer shows continued to bolster this unprecedented age of television…
All the talk about Plan B and a possible Plan C coming into play made things unpredictable. Would Rollins cash in and lose? Would Brock Lesnar show up and destroy Cena? The possibilities were endless and the show absolutely fell flat on its face. Here are my lessons learned from Battleground.
Am I the only one who seems convinced that Roman Reigns will never be a WWE World Champion? Leave it to a predictable Battleground Main Event for leaving me a little (more like a lot) empty inside as John Cena left Tampa with the WWE World Title – again!
I recently just binge-watched four seasons of the AMC series ‘The Walking Dead,’ and it got me thinking about horrible leaders on television shows and thus this list is here.
WWE served up a cold appetizer to the biggest party of the summer, Battleground 2014. Quite honestly I can’t think of another WWE PPV this year as disappointing as Battleground.
While this feud between Rollins and Ambrose may be staged, the “war” between Sawyer and Rich may have been as real as it gets for over a year in wrestling circles. These men had a genuine dislike for each other, which only made things hotter than an August Atlanta.
Dean Ambrose squares off with Kane on the WWE Battleground go-home edition of WWE Friday Night SmackDown.
Bully Ray and Tommy Dreamer come out for yet another homecoming segment in New York City. Bully gets a cheap pop from the crowd by calling New York the “greatest wrestling city in the world.” Bully reiterates his promise and guarantee that Dixie will go threw a table.
The worst possible secret in the WWE was leaked this week. SummerSlam 2014 will be headlined by a Brock Lesnar/John Cena rematch. Now, I know most of you have probably groaned at the thought of this since it’s a no-win situation for you guys.
Now that the Cleveland Cavaliers have won the LeBron James Sweepstakes, the biggest question in sports and sports entertainment may center on whether or not CM Punk will “un-retire” and return to the WWE.
On Sunday July 20th, WWE present Battleground, a random pay-per-view by name, but on paper could be a slobberknocker.
Sting has finally landed in the WWE. The big question fans keep asking is whether Sting will wrestle The Undertaker. Streak broken or not, Sting is still interested and wants the dream match on the grandest stage in the business.
This Sunday at Battleground, for the very first time, Bray Wyatt gets in the ring with Chris Jericho. From the moment it started I got the feeling that this is exactly what Bray Wyatt needs right now.
The TNA Wrestling world champion is going to fight. Bobby Lashley is returning to MMA. Lashley will be jumping back into the cage for Bellator in a rare MMA fight featuring a world champion from a top United States pro wrestling promotion.
The RAW segment with Ric Flair himself may have been corny and a bit odd, but it was the subtle way Cena affirmed the idea that one title – unified – would represent the company.
I am a firm believer that the women’s division of WWE and to an extent TNA could do with an overhaul.
I spent many Saturdays watching WWE (WWF) stars squash preliminary wrestlers in one-sided affairs. Today I pay tribute to these unsung warriors and look back at the most memorable WWF jobbers of the 80s.
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