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This edition of the column is centered around the exploits of a certain ex-National Wrestling Alliance affiliate, who has positioned itself as one of wrestling’s most consistent independent promotions, by way of putting together good...

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The Two Sheds TV Review: WWE Payback

May 20, 2015 | 2 Comments

It’s time to step into WWE territory once again as we take a look at their latest pay-per-view offering, Payback, shown live in the early hours of this past Monday morning on Sky Box Office...

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The producers of “Wrestling’s Bloodiest Wars:Hospital Ward” asked if I would review another edition in the series and after the review I did previously, I knew it would be an interesting screening so I took...

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Previewing WWE Payback & Predictions

May 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

Barely three weeks have passed and it’s time for another Pay Per View. I’m not sure if these events should still be called Pay Per Views though. If you have the network you get to...

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Payback has shaped up to be one of the most predictable Pay-Per-Views this year. Usually, when making final picks, I’ll always find it difficult to call at least a couple of the matches on the...

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Tonight, on ROH TV, we get ACH and Adam Page, as well as a brutal brawl between the Briscoes and War Machine. Let’s get to the action! Match #1: ACH vs. Adam Page Adam Page...

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Is This The End Of Bryan Danielson? Growing up in the Attitude Era is no easy task for a wrestling fan. A lot of people bitch about the product since then and complain and wish...

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This week on Ring of Honor, we feature the wrestling return of Chris Sabin as well as a six man tag match that can’t be missed.  Let’s get to the action! Match #1:  Chris Sabin...

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I honestly think that WWE has no clue what to do with Dean Ambrose. Here is a man who was a fan of the business during a childhood that was less than perfect, less than...

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The Inevitable Fall Of Rusev

May 10, 2015 | 7 Comments

It had to come – in fact we were waiting for it. Rusev’s big push happened for one reason and one reason only – to give John Cena somebody to beat at Wrestlemania. Now it’s...

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Cena and Rusev are actually feuding, although, I wouldn’t blame you if you had forgotten that. After all, the jealousy drama between Lana and Rusev and Cena’s US Open Challenge seem like two completely separate,...

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Austin Aries is the subject of our latest review as we take a look at another of Ring of Honor’s compilations, a collection of matches that presents us with these questions: is he really as...

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When I was asked about writing an article about the Super Smash Brothers, I was thrilled with the opportunity, as I’m very familiar with their work and consider them one of the best tag teams...

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This coming June marks the 15th anniversary of The Two Sheds Review. During that time my reviews and babblings have appeared on countless websites and in dozens of e-mail newsletters (remember them?), and it’s gone...

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This week, we have a guest in one of wrestling’s best tag teams and a Television Title match worth watching more than once. Let’s get to the action! Match #1: Killer Elite Squad (David Hart...

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Discussing Seth Rollins’ Fall From Grace

May 3, 2015 | 25 Comments

There was a period of time when I used to write about Seth Rollins a lot. I remember, not so long ago, I used to describe him as the top heel of the WWE. Nowadays,...

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On this edition of the column, we take a look at lucha libre’s first legitimate venture into American wrestling in close to twenty years. Let’s turn on the spotlight! Lucha Underground – Los Angeles, California,...

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He is injured again. Or, he never healed up properly to begin with.  The story is kind of fuzzy. Earlier this week, WWE pulled Daniel Bryan from all advertising for upcoming events. He doesn’t appear...

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This week on ROH TV, we bear witness to a major main event in reDRagon’s defense of their World Tag Titles against The Addiction. Match #1: BJ Whitmer vs. Caprice Coleman vs. Moose vs. Will...

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Looking At TNA Signing Billy Corgan

April 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

This week, Total Nonstop Action announced that The Smashing Pumpkins lead singer, Billy Corgan has signed as a creative consultant for the promotion and the news was reported on various main stream media outlets. Corgan,...

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