Posted On September 17, 2012By Dave ScottIn Columns

Dave Scott – Q&A

Hey there guys Dave Scott here for my weekly wrestling chat session. This week I’m going to take a few of the Q&A questions I’ve received that I can access currently and answer those. Thanks to everyone who has sent me questions. Please continue to send me your questions though so I can continue to due these on a regular basis because I do enjoy answering them. e-mail me at: or Twitter me at: @DaveFCIC Send any WWE or TNA questions you want, past, present, serious, not serious orRead More

Posted On September 17, 2012By Joe ThunderIn Columns

ThunderStruck: WWE Night Of Champions 2012 Reaction

Night of Champions was awesome live! Attending any televised event in person always gives you a much more involved feeling, and NOC was easily the most exciting show I’ve ever been in attendance for. The pre show saw Zack Ryder win a battle Royal to become the number one contender for the US Title. The crowd practically blew the roof off during Ryder’s entrance. Also in the battle royal were Brodus Clay, Santino, the PTP, Justin Gabriel, Drew McIntyre, Michael McGillicutty, JTG, Tyson Kidd, Tensai, Primo, Epico, Jinder Mahal, andRead More

Posted On September 17, 2012By Julian RadbourneIn Columns

The Two Sheds Review: BAMMA 10 Sinclair vs Winner

British MMA is on the agenda once again as we take a look back at the tenth show from the British Association of Mixed Martial Arts (BAMMA), held at the world famous Wembley Arena and shown live on Channel 5’s sister station 5* (5-Star) this past Saturday night here in Britain. The broadcast began with middleweight action as Denniston Sutherland went up against Leeroy Barnes. This was a pretty enjoyable three rounder. Sutherland made a complete mockery of the 11 year age difference by putting in a dominating performance. ItRead More

Posted On September 16, 2012By Dave ScottIn Columns

Dave Scott – Night of Champions Predictions

Hey there guys! Dave Scott here with my Night of Champions predictions. I’m actually looking forward to the PPV tonight, it is good to see all the titles getting some time on TV. Plus the card is pretty solid and we have a lot more matches planned ahead which is always a good thing! Tag Team Titles: Daniel Bryan and Kane vs Kofi Kingston and R-Truth I’m really looking forward to this match. I have really been enjoying the Daniel Bryan and Kane feud with the anger management and theRead More

Posted On September 16, 2012By Liam HindmarshIn Columns

Tea Time with Liam: Reality Check

Hello everybody, Liam here once again. Late as always yada yada yada. Time for another edition of Tea Time with Liam. I’m sure you’re all probably sick reading that I’m lazy every time you see a column from me. So no smart ass comments from me. Lets get straight into the column and talk about the one thing the wrestling would has been focused on this week. I was going to write this on Monday, after Raw had finished. I decided to hold off. I didn’t want to write withoutRead More
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Posted On September 15, 2012By David DavisIn Columns

Death of Wrestling: PTP

Greetings to all… It’s David Davis with my weekly blog: Death of Wrestling. For all of those who read this regularly, you will know that this is not a blog about bashing wrestling; it’s a blog of a frustrated fan, who loves the business and wishes that each week it could be a little better. Before I start this I just have to send my best wishes to Mr Lawler. I know that a lot of people have already commented and given their thoughts etc. so I’ll leave it atRead More

Posted On September 14, 2012By Michael GroomsIn Columns

Michael’s Musings – WWE Night of Champions Predictions

Greetings everyone, as your new WWE Pay Per View Correspondent, I thought that it would be nice to give you all my predictions for what I believe is going to happen this Sunday at Night of Champions WWE Title Match John Cena vs. CM Punk (c) Finally after 8 months, the WWE Championship will be back in the main event, thanks in no small part due to John Cena. John Cena verus CM Punk should to be one of the biggest matches of the year but sadly WWE did littleRead More

Posted On September 13, 2012By Joe ThunderIn Columns

The Smark’s Remarks: WWE Night Of Champions 2012 Preview

I’m not going to fill this introduction with much, and that’s because there’s a ton of content below. Enjoy! ML = Mike Lightning JA = Jace D. Ace KP = Kaysie Pena JT = Yours truly, Joe Thunder Pre-Show Battle Royal to name No. 1 Contender to U.S. Champion Antonio Cesaro: KP: What? It’s pre-show, should I really make a pick? Ugh fine, let them repeat Santino winning or something. Prediction: Repetition (Santino) ML: Not really sure what direction the WWE plans to move with this battle royal. Grumblings ofRead More

Posted On September 12, 2012By Geddy CahoonIn Columns

The Cahoon Run Down: Jerry Lawler and the Reality of Wrestling

Hey everybody, Geddy Cahoon here after a one week break with another edition of The Cahoon Run Down. With school starting up again and things in my life a little bit more hectic than usual, I always preface my articles with a sort of disclaimer that the consistency of my writing may falter just a tad in the coming months. Each week I’ll always attempt to crap something out, but I’d rather not write at all than phone it in. Anyways, this past Monday on RAW fans in attendance asRead More

Posted On September 11, 2012By Joe ThunderIn Columns

ThunderStruck: Raw 1007 Analysis

Raw opens with Bret Hart coming out and speaking to the Montreal crowd. CM Punk comes out and insults him. They exchange words and it gets heated as Punk insults Lawler. Punk says Cena will become an empty shell of a man just like Bret is before the segment ends. ^Solid opening segment from a great talker and a great legend. Bret has never been a standout on the microphone, but this segment worked in the face vs heel sense. Kofi Kingston and R-Truth defeat Antonio Cesaro and the Miz.Read More
Around 9 p.m. ET Monday night, I started penning this very edition of The Commentary. It was to focus on CM Punk’s impact off the bat at the show’s start, interrupting the legendary Bret Hart in Montreal and entering to boos. It was to focus on the excellent usage of Paul Heyman, who even with doing little, added so much more depth to Punk’s heel persona. Hell, it was even to discuss how unwarranted Alicia Fox’s sudden heel turn was, and how frustrated I am with the lack of directionRead More

Posted On September 9, 2012By Joe ThunderIn Columns

The Smark’s Remarks: TNA No Surrender 2012 Predictions

I’ll start off by saying that this card holds very little excitement for me. I’ll counter what I just said by expressing my optimism in TNA for the potential to give us an action packed pay per view. Lightning and I are once again joined by Jace Ace and KP. Thanks for sharing your thoughts guys! Here we go! BFG Series semi-final Samoa Joe vs. Jeff Hardy JA: So the ending of the match on iMPACT left me going, “WTF?” Since when is a headlock a legit submission? Honestly, thisRead More

Posted On September 8, 2012By Julian RadbourneIn Columns

The Two Sheds Review: Cage Warriors Fight Night 7

British MMA with an international flavour is on the agenda once again as we take a look back at Cage Warriors’ recent trip to Jordan for Fight Night 7, shown this past Wednesday night on Sky Sports here in Britain. The show began with bantamweight action as James Saville went up against James Brum. This proved to be a very good show opener. Both fighters put in some good work here. Brum did a good job early on as he tried to grind Saville down with a clinch against theRead More

Posted On September 8, 2012By Michael GroomsIn Columns

Michael’s Musings – The Week In Review

Greetings everyone! My name is Michael and this is my first editorial for PWMania. I have been a pro wrestling fan for the past 17 years. I have seen some of the all-time greats come and go in the ring and I have seen the best and worst of the industry. I have recently been hired to write the results for RAW and Pay Per View events. I thought I would offer my point of view about has happened this week in the world of professional wrestling, both WWE andRead More

Posted On September 8, 2012By Joe ThunderIn Columns

Thunder’s Weekly Rundown 09/07/12

WWE NXT 09/05/12 Richie Steamboat defeats Kassius Ohno by DQ when Ohno rakes Steamboat’s eyes. Ohno attacks Steamboat after the match. Paige defeats Audrey Marie using a modified ddt. Ricky Steamboat has an altercation with Kassius Ohno. Leo Kruger defeats Percy Watson using a modified neckbreaker(looked more like a diamond cutter). Brodus Clay squashes Ryan Collins. The Ascension defeat the Usos when Cameron pins Jey Uso after a modified jawbreaker. Jim Ross interviews new NXT Champion Seth Rollins to close the show. Rollins talks about being called a loser hisRead More
According to statistics, the average length of a British marriage is 11 years and six months, which is about the same as it was for 12th century peasants so it is with some pride that I’ve now managed a 16 year marriage with Professional Wrestling and also avoided death from the black plague during the time. I have wrestled throughout the UK for the biggest companies of the modern era and also trained with Dave Taylor, William Regal and Chris Benoit in 2003. I also had a WWE Tryout inRead More
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Posted On September 7, 2012By David DavisIn Columns

Death of Wrestling: Heath Slater

Greetings to all… It’s David Davis here with my first weekly blog: Death of Wrestling. Now I just want to make this very clear: it’s not a blog about bashing wrestling, it’s a blog of a frustrated fan, who loves the business and wishes that each week it could be a little better. I’m a bit like Sam Beckett from Quantum Leap – If I could put right the things that once went wrong, I’d be a very bloody happy chappy. This week, I sat watching Raw and wondered whatRead More
Welcome to my first article for, so glad I can be with you and the PWMania crew working for them to give you my insight on the industry we all truly love. A little about me to make sure we are all on the same page, I am a former Pro Wrestler back in the 1990’s, didn’t last too long, didn’t win any championships, but still learned through hard work and diligence with my trainers. I was in a Independent league that was briefly named California Wrestling Federation basedRead More

Posted On September 5, 2012By Dave ScottIn Columns

Dave Scott – Reflecting on Raw

Hey there folks! I know its very rare to have me posting two days in a row, but after my column last night I really felt the need to follow it up after last nights Raw episode. If you didn’t see already I posted about Raw being three hours was really showing how stale the current product has been. However last night was a complete step in the right direction! In last nights show we had pretty much everything covered within it, with exception to the tag team division. WeRead More