I remember when a bundle of wrestlers were top players for an organization. In the NWA, it was Dusty Rhodes as the top babyface, but Sting, Magnum TA, and Lex Luger were chomping at the...

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Looking At Matt Tremont’s Ultraviolent Dream

November 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

A few months ago, streamers rained down on Matt Tremont as he clutched the CZW World title and with tears in his eyes, realized his dream of winning the top prize of Combat Zone Wrestling,...

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When Paige finally, fully and officially turned heel on Charlotte and Becky this Monday on RAW, the crowd’s reaction was loud and clear – the fans were happy to see the Brit dominate as a...

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Kane has occupied the position of Director of Operations ever since he surrendered his mask to Stephanie McMahon and joined the Authority back in October 2013. It’s been two years already since the birth of...

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He was the first Undisputed Champion in WWE history. He’s also an international rock star, a best selling author, and he’ll probably go into the Hall of Fame. Now we’re going to take a look...

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The Two Sheds TV Review: WWE Hell in a Cell

November 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

It’s time to see what happened in Satan’s playground as we take a look at WWE’s most recent pay-per-view offering, Hell in a Cell, shown in the early hours of this past Monday morning on...

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The Divas Revolution took the WWE by storm. The fans were excited, emotions were running high and the divas were finally wrestling! However, the crown jewel of the Divas Revolution – the Bayley vs. Sasha...

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As a commentator for a local Pittsburgh promotion, I get the chance to call matches for a lot of talented people and there are some that have a chance to go further than just wrestling...

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Looking At The WWE/ESPN Deal

October 23, 2015 | 2 Comments

This past Tuesday, John Cena was featured on the launch of a weekly WWE segment on Sports Center as part of the WWE/ESPN deal that was previously announced. Essentially, a weekly WWE segment will bring...

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Looking At The Journey Of Jordynne Grace

October 14, 2015 | 2 Comments

At 15, most young ladies are listening to pop groups that won’t be relevant the following year or deciding if they are “Team Edward” or “Team Jacob,” but that certainly wasn’t the case for independent...

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The Two Sheds TV Review: TNA Bound For Glory

October 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

It was TNA’s biggest show of the year, but it deliver? That’s what I’m hoping to find out by watching this year’s Bound for Glory, shown this past Wednesday night on Challenge here in Britain....

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Looking At James Storm Signing With WWE NXT

October 9, 2015 | 17 Comments

Less than 24 hours after the stellar NXT special on the WWE Network, it was revealed at the next set of tapings that former TNA star, James Storm was signed to compete for the brand....

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Mark Henry needs to go away. Not because he is not an asset to the WWE anymore. He has used a cheesy debut in 1996, and turned it into becoming a world heavyweight champion in...

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John Cena’s US Title Open Challenge is on the card again and with it the hunting season for the US gold is now open. Here are my top 5 picks to become the next US...

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Sheamus In WWE : Where Did It All Go Wrong?

October 9, 2015 | 10 Comments

At any other time in pro wrestling history, a man who was a former 2 Time WWE World Heavyweight Champion, a World Champion, a Royal Rumble Winner, King Of The Ring, and a Money in...

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When immortal evil sets its eyes upon a mortal man, the chosen one has either to fall forgotten, or to fulfil his destiny and become a hero, who carries his cross of suffering. It is...

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It’s the match that guarantees it’s winner a title shot at a time of their choosing. But which one was the best? That’s what I’m hoping to find out with my latest DVD review as...

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Looking At The Career Of Brian Pillman

October 5, 2015 | 1 Comments

October 5, 1997 marked the passing of Brian Pillman, who competed the night before at a WWF house show and was scheduled to appear at that night’s pay-per-view event. The broadcast of “Bad Blood” opened...

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Looking At What’s Next For Jon Jones

September 30, 2015 | 5 Comments

“The saddest thing in life is wasted talent,” a memorable line from the 1993 film, “A Bronx’s Tale” was delivered by Robert DeNiro, playing the role of the father of a rambunctious youth, as he...

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The Two Sheds DVD Review: Progress World Cup

September 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

In June 2014, with the FIFA World Cup in Brazil in full swing, Britain’s Progress Wrestling decided to cash in…..I mean compliment the tournament with a tournament of their own, drawing together eight international stars...

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