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And, by saving grace, I mean WWE’s wrestling saving grace. It’s no secret that a majority of WWE fans are not really happy with their current product. Complaints range from too many rematches to stale...

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A few years ago I had my first taste of Australian wrestling in the form of the Wrestlerock promotion, and I liked what I saw. The company was like a breath of fresh air. They...

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This Ring of Honor report is a special one, because we are set to look at the main events for 2015’s Supercard of Honor. Let’s get to the action! Match #1: Jay Lethal vs. Jushin...

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It’s part two of our WWE Live in the UK November 2014 DVD review, and this time around we’ve got three shows for the price of one as we take a look back Main Event,...

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FATP: Brockin’ and Rollin’

April 7, 2015 | 2 Comments

It’s called many things. The Showcase of the Immortals. Wrestling’s Superbowl. Or simply put, WrestleMania. But whatever you want to call it, WWE has been on a hell of a roll in the last few...

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ThunderStruck: WWE WrestleMania 31 Reaction

April 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

Last Sunday WWE presented WrestleMania 31 from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California! With a lot of questions going into the show, many fans were wondering if the card could deliver on such a level...

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With WWE embarking on their annual post-Wrestlemania trip to my side of the pond there’s no better time to look at the last time they were here as we take a look at the DVD...

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– This card features AJ Styles, which is contested against Mark Briscoe, who has been a frequent opponent of “The Phenomenal One” for many years. Let’s get to the action! * Michael Elgin vs. Will...

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Should WWE NXT Add A Secondary Championship?

April 5, 2015 | 34 Comments

If you’re a professional wrestling fan today, and have access to the WWE Network, NXT is arguably the best product out there. Sure, it is the “developmental program” for future WWE Superstars, but when the...

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This is Sting. This is Sting. This is a man who was not created by the WWE. This is a man who was not created by Vince McMahon.  This is a man who had a...

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AJ Lee Retires From WWE: Good-bye AJ

April 3, 2015 | 70 Comments

In news that seemed all too predictable, AJ Lee (April Mendez-Brooks) has retired from active competition in WWE. This news is sudden, but it was also expected. Over the last year, AJ has clearly been...

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AJ Lee: Biography Of A Legendary WWE Diva

April 3, 2015 | 3 Comments

Birth of a Dream April Jeanette Mendez better know by her ring name AJ Lee was born and raised in Union City, New Jersey. As a child AJ began her life long love of the...

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Apparently WWE likes to use my ideas. I’m glad they took my suggestion. WWE usually gets a lot of heat for going the safe route and doing the predictable–not this time. Seth Rollins was the...

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A record-breaking WrestleMania took place on Sunday and an exciting episode of RAW followed the night after. On the follow-up show we were treated to all sorts of thrilling segments from Brock Lesnar F5ing half...

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Last week, on the final NXT before Wrestlemania, we witnessed the first WWE match to take place between two stars who may one day square off in the main event on the grandest stage of...

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It was the grand-daddy of them all, the biggest wrestling show of the year. But did it live up to expectations? That was what I was hoping to find out by viewing WWE Wrestlemania 31,...

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WWE WrestleMania 31: WWE Gets Real

April 1, 2015 | 1 Comments

First let me say what a fantastic WrestleMania the WWE put on this year, it was probably one of the better ones I have seen in the last few years. It was a rare show...

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Looking At WWE WrestleMania 31

March 31, 2015 | 3 Comments

There was a lot of discussion leading up to Wrestlemania about the lack of build up for the show and it was certainly understandable, as most of the major matches on the show involved part...

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Six Takeaways From WWE WrestleMania 31

March 31, 2015 | 2 Comments

If there is one lesson WWE fans learned on Sunday, it is to never, ever undermine the company’s creative process. For weeks, fans-myself included-bashed the product for too many promos, a glorified tug of war...

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Gone are the days when a wrestling audience, particularly the older male fans, would just absorb the content put in front of them, without debating or criticizing it. With kayfabe practically non existence, primarily because...

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