Hell In A Cell looms large upon us and by far the most anticipated match, despite the lack of a great build, comes in the form of what should be the headlining hell in a cell match featuring two men whose rivalry dates back all the way back to 2002, Brock Lesnar’s groundbreaking rookie year. Continue reading
It is January 3, 2011 and Wade Barrett finds himself in a triple threat steel cage match on Raw battling Randy Orton and Sheamus to determine the number one contender for the WWE Championship. Continue reading
It is a sad but indisputable fact that women’s matches in the WWE have long had the stigma of being looked at by fans for years as nothing but a chance to go to the concession stand for the obligatory snack break, a direct contrast to how the women are treated in the rival TNA. Continue reading
Hazing. A long controversial part of the locker room culture in all in wrestling that is looked at by insiders as a form of initiation rite, supposedly to determine which potential wrestlers have what it takes to make it in the business. To sort out the boys from the men and the girls from the women so to speak. Is that all there is to it? Or is there something more than meets the eye? Continue reading
The event, Badd Blood: In Your House. The date, October 5, 1997. Undertaker is facing Shawn Michaels in the first ever Hell in a Cell match and The Deadman is seconds away from finishing the match, preparing to deliver either a Tombstone Piledriver Continue reading
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I had no clue about the airing of this show until I randomly started seeing spoilers on Facebook. I should probably hire a guy that would remind me of these shows, because I’m getting increasingly bad with remembering dates. This is also one of the reasons why I have to sleep on the couch for the next three days or so, as I completely forgot my wife’s birthday last week. I guess it wasn’t as special as a WWE show from MSG! So let’s get to this! Continue reading
Individually, there is nothing at all wrong with any of the 129 inductees being in the WWE Hall Of Fame. The careers of all inducted have been immense and most worthy of recognition in many fans eyes in just about every other wrestling Hall Of Fame imaginable. Continue reading
Mention the name Jeff Jarrett in the wrestling world and you will get conflicting opinions on the third generation grappler without being left in any two minds as to what the fans think. Half the people will tell you that he is a great wrestler, a wonderful, charismatic heat drawing villain and deserving of every single accolade he has accomplished. Continue reading
Night Of Champions 2015 has come and gone and the event can be best described as a solid edition to the pay-per-view’s of 2015 without being great. Without going into a blow-by-blow rundown of every match, let’s instead look at the three contests with the most talking points that fans will already be debating about and what it might mean going forward.
Kurt Angle, during his famed WWE career from 1998 up until his release in 2006, quickly launched himself to superstardom and became established as one of, if not, the greatest professional wrestler of all time, a legacy further enhanced, not diminished, by his years in TNA Wrestling, where he joined in September, only a month removed from his WWE departure, and where he remains to the present day.