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This Sunday at Extreme Rules, Big E defends his Intercontinental championship against Bad News Barrett. Barrett is no stranger to the title as he’s held it three times before, each run less memorable than the...

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There’s one thing that keeps the world of professional wrestling going, and that’s the rivalries. For decades fans have watched show after show to see how these rivalries develop, and how they will ultimately end....

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Extreme Rules has had some mildly weak build, but I don’t think that makes it any less likely to deliver a quality card(it certainly HAS to be better than the pay per view I watched...

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Today In Wrestling History- May 1st

May 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

Trivia 1980 – Jumbo Tsuruta won the AJPW Champion’s Carnival, defeating Dick Slater in the final after both men tied on 19 points 1990 – Paul Heyman returned to the NWA as Paul E. Dangerously...

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Today In Wrestling History- April 30th

April 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Trivia 1991 – Norio Honaga won the NJPW Top of the Super Juniors tournament, defeating Jushin Liger in the final 1992 – Jushin Liger won the NJPW Top of the Super Juniors tournament, defeating El...

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Today In Wrestling History- April 29th

April 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Trivia 1999 – The WWF Smackdown pilot airs on UPN 2008 – TNA X-Division Champion Petey Williams suffered a broken orbital bone at an Impact taping & is expected to need surgery, following a 6...

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Today In Wrestling History- April 28th

April 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Trivia 1979 – WWF ran at the Philadelphia Spectrum with Greg Valentine defeating WWF World Champion Bob Backlund when the match was stopped due to Backlund’s excessive bleeding. However, because there was no pinfall or...

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When Does “SuperCena” Become Vulnerable?

April 27, 2014 | 6 Comments

It’s the most frequent topic of conversation amongst older (i.e. over 18-year-old) wrestling fans. When will John Cena, the “Superman” of WWE for nine years, become vulnerable in matches? Cena has ridden a wave of...

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Looking back, WCW had everything at its disposal to be the greatest wrestling company ever. Big names, young talent, cruiserweights, and a billionaires funding were just some of the tools in WCW’s arsenal. For the...

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Since their debut at the Survivor Series 2012 The Shield have been involved at the top of the card with some of the biggest names in the WWE, along the way rubbing shoulders with the...

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Welcome back to the Indy Wrestling Spotlight! This time, we’ll put a focus on former WWE wrestler Colin Delaney, as well as LuFisto. It’s time to turn on the spotlight! Ethan Page vs. Colin Delaney...

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Today In Wrestling History- April 27th

April 27, 2014 | 1 Comments

Trivia 1957 – The 1st ever tag team match involving women in the United States was held with June Byers & China Mira vs. Penny Banner & Bonnie Watson in St. Louis, Missouri 1962 – Dick...

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Today In Wrestling History- April 26th

April 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Trivia 1992 – At the Boston Garden in Massachusetts, The Ultimate Warrior defeated Sid Justice (Vicious) via DQ in less than 5 minutes.  This would be Sid’s last WWF appearance for well over 2 years....

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It’s been a few weeks, but I’ve been away enjoying vacation and the madness that is WrestleMania XXX week. If you’ve never experienced this and are a fan, I highly recommend it. You meet people...

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Today In Wrestling History- April 25th

April 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Trivia 1970 – WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino defeated Ivan Koloff in a Texas Death Match in Boston, Massachusetts 2000 – During an edition of Raw from Charlotte, North Carolina, Steve Austin used a crane...

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By any calculation, Wrestling has a prestigious history. Looking back at certain times, one can trace points where something happened that changed the direction of the industry. The question “what if”, can be applied to...

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10 Things Needed By WWE WrestleMania 31

April 24, 2014 | 7 Comments

WWE WrestleMania season has come to a close officially, but it seems that a lot of WWE fans are feeling the post-WM buzz in many ways. It has been a seriously newsworthy couple of weeks...

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Today In Wrestling History- April 24th

April 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

Trivia 1987 – Ken Patera wrestled his 1st match following his prison term for the infamous “McDonald’s incident” at a WWF television taping in New Haven, Connecticut.  Patera defeated Hercules Hernandez via DQ 2005 – Hiroshi Tanahashi...

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Today In Wrestling History- April 23rd

April 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Trivia 1981 – Giant Baba wins the AJPW Champion’s Carnival, defeating Bruiser Brody in the final 1988 – Sting & Lex Luger (with Magnus TA) win the Jim Crockett Sr. Memorial Tag Team Tournament, defeating Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard in the final...

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It changed the WWE landscape forever when they increased their pay-per-view model from five to twelve times a year. But where the matches any good? That’s what I’m hoping to find out by re-visiting the...

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