Posted On October 24, 2010By Kemper JonesIn Columns

Blowin’ Smoke w/Kemper Jones – Bragging Rights Preshow

Blowin’ Smoke with Kemper Jones Bragging Rights Preshow Please Note: I’m entering this column on my cell phone so I apologize for the lack of formatting (Bold, etc.) . I honestly wasn’t sure if I was going to be able to get this column done. We picked up a nasty virus on our desktop yesterday that has basically made it good for nothing, at least until I figure out a way to fix it. I planned on bringing my laptop to work with me tonight, but my girlfriend is takingRead More

Posted On October 13, 2010By Derek RuttleIn Columns

Blood On The Canvas: WWE PG vs WWF PG-13

For the last couple of years, there’s been one consistent complaint from older, longtime fans when it comes to WWE television.  It’s a topic that seems to come up about as many times as the Ultimate Warrior squashed his more talented undercard. I’m talking, of course, about the WWE’s PG direction. The summer of 2008 seems to be where Vince McMahon decided to take WWE’s programming and tone it down to fit the current format.  At the time, CM Punk and Triple H were the World Heavyweight and WWE Champions,Read More

Posted On October 12, 2010By PWMania.com StaffIn News

JR Blog: Batista’s MMA Career, Nexus Storyline, Bragging Rights

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross has updated his blog, which you can read in its entirety at JRsBarBQ.com. Here are some highlights of what JR said about: Nexus: “The Nexus storyline has been one of the better ones in the WWE in a long while. Now as it maturates and moves forward guys like Justin Gabriel, who had a nice bout with Orton Monday Night, needs to become known for more than his dynamic 450 Splash. Same for Otunga and Slater. What are their lasting claims to fame goingRead More

Posted On October 11, 2010By Steven PachecoIn Columns

One Count Kickout – Please Dixie

The atrocious TNA PPV and a personal plea to Dixie CarterRead More

Posted On October 5, 2010By Steven PachecoIn Columns

One Count Kickout – Making HIAC Meaningless

A short discussion of how overplaying a gimmick ruins its drawing power and meaning.Read More

Posted On September 29, 2010By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Update: Raw Rating Not As Bad As First Reported But Still Bad

After last week’s bowling-shoe-ugly 2.8 rating .. The 9/27 episode of WWE’s Monday Night RAW drew a 2.7 rating (with a household rating of 2.37). RAW averaged 3.80 million viewers over the course of the show. The first hour drew 3.72 million viewers and the second hour had 3.88 million. WWE’s PPV buyrates and TV ratings have been sliding for months, hopefully this week’s number is a wake-up call that serious changes are needed to get fans interested in the product again.Read More