WWE’s latest pay-per-view, Money in the Bank, made its first ever stop in St. Louis Sunday night, as all eyes of the wrestling world were on the Gateway to the West. The show started off with the first ever MitB Women’s match, featuring: Natalya, Becky Lynch, Tamina, Charlotte Flair, and Carmella – who was of course […]
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In what was one of the best episodes of Monday Night Raw in years, the WWE Universe saw one man go on a warpath of destruction against another wrestler. I’m talking about Braun Strowman, the WWE’s new “Big Man.” Strowman is bigger than the Big Show, and more nimble than Kane or Undertaker. Face it, Strowman […]
For millions of wrestling fans around the world, a part of their childhood died on Sunday, April 2 at Wrestlemania when Roman Reigns put The Undertaker out of his misery. The Deadman looked old, weak, and slow against a younger and more agile Reigns. Having just turned 52, it was time for Mark Calaway to […]
It’s that time again wrestling fans – Wrestlemania is here! It’s the WWE’s version of the Superbowl for men in tights (and women too). This year’s showcase of the immortals will be taking place in Orlando, Florida. If the early pictures of the gigantic roller coaster being built mean anything, wrestling fans could be in for a […]
This Sunday is the grand daddy of them all, Wrestlemania. It’s the WWE’s biggest show of the year, which will be taking place in Dallas at AT&T Stadium. When it was first announced that Mania would be in Dallas, my friends and I were planning on going. We attended two years ago in New Orleans […]
We, as human beings love violence. There is just something about watching two guys, and now women in some cases, get into a cage and go at it. However, there is more to the sport of MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) than just fighting. Like any sport, it takes talent and mental toughness. On Friday, June […]
WWE Payback was just what the doctor ordered for the WWE: an entertaining pay per view. It’s just a shame that the company has done a lousy job of promoting the last two pay per view’s. Both have featured some great wrestling and wonderful story telling. Sunday’s event kicked off with Cesaro vs. Sheamus. Paul […]
To say the WWE’s booking of Extreme Rules was poor would be an understatement. It seemed like no one cared to watch this pay per view, but in the end I’m pretty sure most wrestling fans were pleasantly surprised.