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Looking At The WWE Following Battleground

July 25, 2015 | 1 Comments

There were several rumors heading into the Battleground pay-per-view and the event provides some very intriguing scenarios leading to Summer Slam. The WWE has a conference call in a few weeks to inform stock holders...

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This year WWE launched Tough Enough with a new, more exciting format. The fans are  now directly involved and there’s more content online but the biggest change made is that the show features much more...

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We saw Stardust return to Raw this month. Earlier that day, we got teasers that he would be returning to the ring for the first time after the sudden death of his father, legendary WWE...

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It’s time to take a trip to Suplex City as we take a look at WWE’s latest pay-per-view offering, Battleground, shown live in the early hours of this past Monday morning on Sky Box Office...

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The wrestling business has certainly provided many interesting scenarios so far this year with Lucha Underground gaining notoriety, Global Force running a live event tour, and Ring Of Honor’s national television deal on Destination American,...

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What Is WWE NXT’s Place In Wrestling?

July 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

I’ve truly been looking forward to the Beast in the East event. I thought a live show in Japan was an amazing idea. It was such a good idea that I got up at 5am...

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Special Look At Mick Foley – Star Maker

July 17, 2015 | 1 Comments

Mick Foley is a legend. A man who can consider himself among the icons of pro-wrestling. He’s a man of many aliases – the Hardcore Legend, Cactus Jack, Dude Love, Mankind, Mrs Foley’s Baby Boy....

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Talking About WWE’s Misuse Of Dean Ambrose

July 17, 2015 | 24 Comments

Battleground’s in a week’s time. What’s Dean Ambrose doing? Quite frankly – nothing in particular. He’s filling in some time, wrestling Bo Dallas. The matches, taken out of context, are light-hearted fun. Mainly, the credit...

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The Two Sheds TV Review: TNA Slammiversary

July 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

It was something of an historic night for TNA as, eleven years since their debut on British television fans on this side of the pond finally got to see one of their pay-per-views live in...

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The Two Sheds DVD Review: ROH Relentless

July 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

We’re heading into Ring of Honor territory for our next review, and this time around we’re taking a look at one of their event DVDs, heading back to Richmond, Virginia on May 18th, 2013. Kevin...

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Discussing Whether Lana Should Stay Face

July 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Lana’s growing popularity and Rusev’s simultaneous fall from grace inevitably led to the face turn of the Ravishing Russian. Her ideals changed and her accent was reduced, as she moved on the side of America...

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Last week I had the pleasure of watching one of the best British wrestling documentaries I’ve seen in recent years. Insane Fight Club focused on the good and the great of the Glasgow-based Insane Championship...

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There’s no doubt about it, Seth Rollins is extremely good in the squared circle, but I don’t know if anyone else has felt something missing, every time he enters the ring. Have you? If so,...

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For the past few months, John Cena vs. Kevin Owens has been one of the hottest rivalries in the WWE. Each match has been filled with suspenseful ebbs and flows, leaving the spectators in the...

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Social media was a buzz prior to Impact Wrestling airing on Destination America a few weeks ago, as the news that TNA founder, Jeff Jarrett returned to the company and he won the King Of...

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We’re back with another edition of the “Indy Wrestling Spotlight!” This week, nostalgia and unabashed Americana are the order of the day from a fine little promotion that is always an enjoyable dish to feast...

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The Two Sheds TV Review: Insane Fight Club

June 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Over the years there have been countless documentaries made about the wrestling business. Some of them have been good, some have been bloody awful, while some have been little more than vanity pieces. In March...

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The WWE Divas Division lacks direction…again. I sometimes wonder if it ever knows where it’s going. It’s no secret that storylines, involving the female talent of the WWE are often superficial, illogical and completely immune...

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After reviewing the legends edition last month, the producers of “Wrestling’s Bloodiest Wars:Death Wish” asked if I would view the ultra violent episode in the series and I took the opportunity to watch the show,...

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This edition of The Two Sheds Review features the return of one of one of the best indies I’ve seen in recent years, New England Championship Wrestling.. I last looked in on Sheldon Goldberg and...

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