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A few years ago, a woman named Eva Marie, with fiery red hair awkwardly slapped Jerry Lawler and told the world, “She was here to make a name for herself.” Well, she achieved it. Eva...

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It was way back in June 2000 that The Two Sheds Review made it’s first appearance online in the e-mail newsletter The Wrasslin’ Analysis, and if someone had told me back then that I’d still...

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He was the last bonafide superstar that WCW ever created, a proverbial force of nature who obliterated everyone in his past, and now we’re going to take a look at WWE’s tribute to this powerhouse...

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With this edition of the column, we focus on the east coast with a certain company that has a yearly tournament that is quite “super”. Let’s turn on the spotlight! Promotion: East Coast Wrestling Association...

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This week’s Ring of Honor report. On this night, we bear witness to an under-card match that steals the show, as well as several smaller matches that build up “Best in the World”. Let’s get...

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This week, Ring Of Honor debuted on Destination America as a lead in for TNA Impact, which moved from its original Friday time slot to Wednesdays and it presents a very interesting situation with two...

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This week’s ROH will be the first broadcast to air on Destination America this Wednesday at 8:00 pm! Let’s get to the action. Match #1: KUSHIDA vs. Will Ferrera This was a nice little match...

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John Cena’s last non-title, no stipulations, one-on-one, clean pin loss at a PPV event was to Batista at SummerSlam in 2008. Take a minute and wrap your head around that. It’s been almost 7 years...

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Kickoff Show: MizTV segment with Daniel Bryan -MizTV is always entertaining for me, and I’m happy for the Miz having outside projects of WWE as he’s a very talented individual. With Daniel Bryan appearing, I’m...

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The NXT hype has been spreading for months now. The talk about the WWE’s developmental territory infiltrated every forum, every blog, every show and every podcast in the wrestling world. After each TakeOver the fans kept asking...

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I suppose you could call this a treat, two Pay Per Views in one month, although looking at the card you may have to rethink that. To be quite honest, it looks like a card...

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Looking At Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins

May 28, 2015 | 2 Comments

This week the WWE will present the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view as a WWE Network exclusive and it’s a wise business decision because it gives the fans an extra incentive to sign up for the free...

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13 men. That’s the absolute maximum of people that could possibly end up, locked up together in the chamber at the same time during the Tag Team Titles match at Elimination Chamber next Sunday. Never...

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This week, we have a ROH TV Title match for our main event. Let’s get to the action! Match #1: Michael Elgin vs. Caprice Coleman This was a good match that gave Elgin another solid...

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After Wednesday’s latest NXT Takeover special on the Network, it has become more than apparent that it is past time for NXT to become its own brand within WWE….not a developmental system. At one time,...

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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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