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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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Will Ken Shamrock Retire?

June 23, 2015 | 2 Comments

Last Friday, Ken Shamrock fought at the age of 51 and lost via TKO in the first round. Shamrock, who hasn’t fought since 2010 before he stepped into the Bellator Cage, was dropped with a...

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In just 6 short months since signing for World Wrestling Entertainment, current NXT champion Kevin Owens has made the sort of impact most superstars would spend an entire career in vain just hoping to emulate....

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The New Sensation Neville. The Man That Gravity Forgot has one of the most breath-taking wrestling styles we’ve seen in a WWE ring. And yet, you probably wonder why I’m writing about him right now....

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It’s ladder match overload time again as we take a look at WWE’s latest pay-per-view offering, Money in the Bank, shown live in the early hours of this past Monday morning on Sky Box Office...

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WWE is on the agenda again as we dip into the ever-growing pile of DVDs sent to me by the good people at Fremantle Media and Fetch Publicity. This time around we’re going to look...

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FATP: Keep The Dream Alive

June 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

Sometimes, really crappy things happen. Things that come like a bolt from the blue. June 11th 2015 was one of those days. Dusty Rhodes passed away. It’s an emotional time, but all of us need...

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Dear Mr. Cena: With all of the talk you have been doing about “real men” over the past two Raws, I have come to the realization that you have no clue as to what a...

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Looking At The Career Of Dusty Rhodes

June 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

I was completely shocked and saddened when I heard that “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes passed away last week at the age of 69. I don’t know if any article, DVD set or tribute special...

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It was 2006 and we were brainstorming the creative for the upcoming Survivor Series pay-per-view event. This was during the age of the Spirit Squad. And what better way to get a bunch of male...

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The Rollins vs. Ambrose rivalry is built on layers upon layers of history. There’s the never-ending need for vengeance for Seth’s betrayal. There’s the seemingly unbreakable brotherly bond between the #1 Contender for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship...

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This is truly a very sad day for me. It is even difficult writing this. We’ve lost one of our true legends: “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes. Aside from Sting, he was my all-time favorite...

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Combat Zone Wrestling has been one of the top independent promotions in the United States for over a decade and this Saturday, the company will present the fourteenth annual Tournament Of Death, which is one...

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Owens vs. Cena II: The Battle Of Ideals

June 8, 2015 | 4 Comments

The WWE rarely offers us feuds with meaning that goes deeper than the surface. The clash between John Cena and Kevin Owens is that one beautiful exceptions, which makes the WWE product worth watching. Their rivalry goes...

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