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Seth Rollins Must Leave Night of Champions With Both Titles

This just might be the most pivotal night in the fairly young but incredibly productive WWE career of Seth Rollins thus far. In a rare occurrence on pay-per-view, Rollins will be pulling double duty at Night Of Champions, defending two titles: firstly taking on John Cena for the United States Championship before facing Sting to defend the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Continue reading

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Bringing Back the Brand Extension – How This Would Benefit SMACKDOWN

The brand extension: what at first in 2002 seemed very cynical a move, that is by assigning all wrestlers exclusively to either Raw or SmackDown via a draft lottery, turned out to be a masterstroke, in fact a necessity, after WWE’s acquisition of new talent in buying out rivals World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW). Continue reading

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Botched Opportunities: The Failure of WCW to Capitalize On BRET “THE HITMAN” HART

Hot on the heels of the Montreal Screwjob, possibly the most infamous incident in the history of professional wrestling, Bret Hart came in to World Championship Wrestling (WCW) on a three-year contract signed prior to Survivor Series where the then WWF was not, by late 1997 Continue reading

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The Criminal Misuse OF Alex Riley

On June 8, 2010, the WWE viewers would see the television debut of Alex Riley on the second season of the original version of NXT with The Miz as his pro and made an immediate impression with his in-ring ability – which was already superior to that of The Miz at the same stage in their respective careers – charisma and university jock character, finishing in third place behind Michael McGillicutty and eventual winner Kaval. Continue reading

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Summerslam 2015 Predictions

The 2015 edition of SummerSlam is upon us and for the first time in the pay-per-view’s illustrious history, it will be a four hour event, with ten matches on the card for the first time since WrestleMania XXVI and promises to be an epic belter of a show, with former Daily Show host, John Stewart as the guest host. Without wasting time, let’s get straight into the matches and predictions for the 27th instalment of “The Biggest Event of the Summer: Continue reading