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Posted On July 24, 2014By Julian RadbourneIn Columns

The Two Sheds Review: WWE Battleground 2014

It’s time to step into WWE territory once again as we take a look at their latest pay per view offering, Battleground, shown live in the early hours of this past Monday morning on Sky Box Office here in Britain. The show began with the first title match of the evening as Wyatt Family members Erick Rowan and Luke Harper challenged Jimmy & Jey Uso for the Tag Team titles in a best of three falls match. To say that this was a great way to start the show wouldRead More
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Posted On July 5, 2014By George CushnieIn Columns

FATP: Chris Jericho’s WWE Return

Phew. This is gonna be tough. I have something to admit to all of you about Chris Jericho’s WWE return. My name’s George, I’m 31 years old and for most of the last 15 years, I’ve been…a Jerichoholic. It’s an addiction, and a serious one at that. I hope that you’ll all support me as I try to recover from my latest relapse. All joking aside, I’m a self-confessed Jerichoholic. Have been since the moment he debuted on Raw in 1999, interrupted The Rock and turned Raw is War intoRead More
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Posted On July 4, 2014By Julian RadbourneIn Columns

The Two Sheds Review: WWE Money in the Bank

They were a company without a champion, and all of that was set to change at WWE’s Money in the Bank, shown live in the early hours of this past Monday morning on Sky Sports here in Britain. The show began with the first title match of the evening as Bray Wyatt’s boys Luke Harper and Erick Rowan challenged Jimmy & Jey Uso for the Tag Team titles. This one certainly ticked all the right boxes. As far as show openers go it was a pretty decent speed versus powerRead More
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Posted On June 5, 2014By Julian RadbourneIn Columns

The Two Sheds Review: WWE Payback 2014

It was a pay per view that promised much, even though it didn’t have a title match as it’s main event. But did it actually deliver? That was what I was hoping to find out by watching WWE Payback, shown live in the early hours of this past Monday morning on Sky Sports here in Britain. The show began with the first title match of the evening as Paul Heyman guy Cesaro challenged Sheamus for the United States title. I always enjoy it when you get an all-European battle inRead More
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Posted On April 9, 2014By Julian RadbourneIn Columns

The Two Sheds Review: WWE Wrestlemania XXX

It’s the biggest show of the year, the grand-daddy of them all, but did it live up to the hype? That’s what I’m hoping to find out by reviewing WWE Wrestlemania XXX, shown live in the early hours of this past Monday morning on Sky Box Office here in Britain. The show began with a great in-ring segment featuring Hulk Hogan, Steve Austin and the Rock, and after those three legends shared a few beers it was on to the first match of the evening as Triple H, accompanied byRead More
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Posted On February 28, 2014By Julian RadbourneIn Columns

The Two Sheds Review: WWE Elimination Chamber

It was the final pay per view stop on the road to Wrestlemania, but was it any good? That’s what I’m hoping to find out by taking a look back at WWE’s Elimination Chamber, shown live in the early hours of this past Monday morning on Sky Sports here in Britain. The show began with the first title match of the evening as Zeb Colter guy Jack Swagger challenged Big E for the Intercontinental title. As far as show openers go this was pretty decent. Both combatants had a greatRead More
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No stalling today. Just a few topics and some reader feedback. Raw Rating Let me be clear: On Monday night, WWE Raw was the number one show on cable. Most watched and all that fun stuff. Top of the top! Cause for celebration, right? Not so fast. Obviously, this is excellent news for the company trying to secure a huge television deal. However, the rating/viewership could have been soooooooooooooo much higher. You know how WWE spent a month hyping up Batista’s big return earlier this year? WHERE WAS THAT? Seriously.Read More
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Note: WWE Elimination Chamber will NOT be available on the WWE Network this Monday. It will be available 30 days later. Thus, if you are trying to save $50 and wait a day to watch the pay-per-view, tough luck! That short cut will not work. Sorry. I believe it is the only pay-per-view not set to be on the WWE Network starting Monday. The rest from the past (WWE, WCW, ECW) will be. Chamber? Have to wait for next month until it is added. That is to protect Sunday’s buyRead More
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Posted On January 29, 2014By Julian RadbourneIn Columns

The Two Sheds Review: WWE Royal Rumble

It’s been universally panned, so much so that there was even a news story about it on the BBC website. But was it as bad as everyone said it was? Well, that’s what I’m hoping to find out by watching WWE’s Royal Rumble, shown live in the early hours of this past Monday morning on Sky Box Office here in Britain. The broadcast began with Daniel Bryan taking on his arch nemesis Bray Wyatt. This was a tremendous way to start the show, and it may also be the bestRead More
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Posted On September 20, 2013By George CushnieIn Columns

FATP: Bryan is Flyin’

17th April 2013. Just over 5 months ago. That’s a hell of a long time and that’s how long it’s been since FATP has been here on PWMania.com. There’s a few reasons for that, so I’d better explain before I get to today’s topic. WrestleMania came and WrestleMania went, and to be honest, I kinda fell out of love with wrestling for a bit. John Cena was the WWE Champion for the umpteenth time, and nothing about WWE, or TNA, excited me. So instead of me sitting down every weekRead More
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Posted On June 2, 2013By David DavisIn Columns

Death of Wrestling: I’m Not The Weak Link

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. Last week’s blog was all about the arrival of Curtis Axel and the refusal/shortsightedness of the WWE to let him get over properly. But this week I actually want to praise the WWE for lettingRead More
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Posted On February 24, 2013By David DavisIn Columns

Death of Wrestling: All Hail The Shield

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. This week I want to talk about something that I don’t think will lead to the DOW. In fact, it’s quite the opposite… I want to talk about The Shield and what the Elimination ChamberRead More
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Posted On February 10, 2013By David DavisIn Columns

Death of Wrestling: There’s a lot to like…

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. Yo, yo, yo, people. It’s been a couple of weeks since my last post, but that’s because I unfortunately lost one of my best wrestling buddies. It happened right around the Royal Rumble PPV; IRead More
From Across the Pond

Posted On December 13, 2012By George CushnieIn Columns

FATP: PPV Flashback – WWE TLC 2011

Welcome to the latest edition of FATP with yours truly. Thanks for the feedback I got last week about the situation surrounding the Rock and a potential run with the WWE Title. It was great to hear from so many people who raised valid points for and against giving Rocky another WWE title run in 2013. In particular, thanks to a reader called Darrin, who sent me a huge e-mail explaining what he’d do instead of giving Rock the title. He took a lot of time and effort in sendingRead More
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Posted On November 15, 2012By George CushnieIn Columns

FATP: PPV Special

We’re well into another week, which means that the latest FATP is probably overdue! I’ve been struggling to find something exciting to write about, so I thought I’d combine TNA and WWE for this week only! I’ll give my brief thoughts on TNA Turning Point, which was only shown in the UK last night, before previewing Survivor Series, which is live this Sunday. Sound good? Cool, let’s get to it. TNA Turning Point Review I’m not gonna give a blow-by-blow account of what happened because, to be honest, it’d takeRead More
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Posted On November 6, 2012By Michael GroomsIn News

WWE Tapes Angle Involving The Big Show and Sheamus After RAW

In support of tonight’s “live” Smackdown on SyFy, WWE.com is running an angle where Big Show attacked Sheamus in a pub after last night’s Raw. William Regal “tried to break it up”.Read More
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Posted On October 1, 2012By Michael GroomsIn News

Segment For Tonight’s WWE Raw Announced

The official WWE website has announced that tonight on Raw, SmackDown General Manager Booker T will moderate a World Championship debate between Sheamus and Big Show ahead of their World Heavyweight Championship Match at WWE Hell in a Cell on Oct. 28. Booker T called upon fans to tweet and Tout questions for both the champion and challenger, with selected questions being posed on-air. Fans can submit their inquiries using the hashtag #SheamusShow.Read More
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Posted On September 29, 2012By Michael GroomsIn News

Huge Match Signed For WWE Main Event Premiere

WWE announced that the main event of the Ion TV debut of WWE Main Event will be CM Punk versus Sheamus in a Champion versus Champion match. One of the agreements for WWE getting a spot on Ion Television is that top talent must be used on the show so that it is a ratings success. WWE Main Event will air on Ion TV at 8:00 PM Eastern/7:00 PM Central on Wednesday nights.Read More
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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