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Posted On December 13, 2012By Michael GroomsIn News

The Rock Officially Advertised For WWE Elimination Chamber

After weeks of speculation, WWE is now officially advertising The Rock for the Elimination Chamber on the WWE website’s “Live Events” page. If The Rock does beat CM Punk for the WWE Championship at the Royal Rumble as many reports say he will, it is a logical conclusion that CM Punk will get a championship rematch against The Great One at the Elimination Champion Pay-Per-View.Read More

Posted On December 11, 2012By Michael GroomsIn News

Commercial Free Smackdown, The Rock’s Writer Returning

As a part of WWE Week on the USA Network, a special commercial free Smackdown will air live on December 18th. WWE week will feature The Slammy Award Edition of RAW, A commercial free Smackdown, Tribute to the Troops, The Big Show guest starring on USA’s Burn Notice, and CM Punk hosting a showing of The Rock’s movie, The Game Plan. Brian Gewirtz is expected back in a limited capacity in January when The Rock makes his return to the company. Gewitz has been responsible for many of The Rock’sRead More
From Across the Pond

Posted On December 5, 2012By George CushnieIn Columns

FATP: The Rock and the WWE Championship in 2013

It’s time for the latest edition of FATP. Today, I thought I’d take a look at the possible scenarios surrounding The Rock and the WWE Title in 2013. As much as everyone sh*ts on The Rock for only coming back part-time, the fact is that when he’s back, TV ratings and PPV buys spike. Nobody can blame him for moving on from wrestling. I guarantee that any other wrestler would’ve done the same if they’d have had the chance. Do I think he could’ve come back sooner? Yeah, but that’sRead More
Skull Cans

Posted On November 11, 2012By David DavisIn Columns

Death of Wrestling: Survivor Series

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. It’s the final quarter of the year, Christmas, believe it or not, is right around the corner, but first we have one of the WWE’s signature PPVs: Survivor Series. As a kid growing up IRead More
TNA President Dixie Carter tweeted earlier today, “Just spoke with Hulk Hogan. Tomorrow on Impact live, Sting and Kurt Angle vs. 2 members of Aces and Eights.” Tomorrow is the final Impact before Turning Point so expect a match featuring the Ace’s and Eight’s to be added to the card. The Rock has landed the lead in the forthcoming movie “Hercules” based on the graphic noel “Hercules: The Thracian Wars.” Shooting is to begin in “early 2013,” meaning that the project could be going on while Rock is working withRead More
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Posted On October 28, 2012By David DavisIn Columns

Death of Wrestling: Terrible Booking

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. Hell in the Cell, in general and my opinion, is not the best PPV line up in recent history; there are a few matches that I want to see, but it’s not like I wouldRead More
It’s time for the latest FATP, which is exclusive to Due to other commitments, I couldn’t write last week, but rest assured, its back to business as usual, which means it’s that time of the week where I give you my thoughts on something in the crazy world of sports-entertainment! This week, I’ve decided to write about the main-event of WWE’s next pay-per-view, Hell in a Cell, which comes to us live this Sunday. Something’s gotta give as CM Punk’s title reign collides with the one-man wrecking ball, Ryback.Read More

Posted On September 25, 2012By George CushnieIn Columns

FATP: 30 Most Entertaining WWE Superstars of All-Time

Happy Tuesday to ya! Happy Tuesday to ya! Happy Tuesdaaaayyyy! It’s FATP time again with yours truly and yes, I’m in a good mood! I dunno why, but I’m not complaining! Thanks to everyone who helped and got involved in last week’s column by Twitter, e-mail or on the site. It was a blast doing it, so I’ve done another list this week, which is about the most entertaining WWE Superstars of all-time. Just like last week, I’ll get the rules out of the way first so that there’s noRead More
TNT has Greenlight Dwayne Johnson’s The Hero. A New Action-Packed Competition Series Headlined by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Produced by Ben Silverman’s Electus. High-Impact Series Showcasing Ordinary People in Extraordinary Situations, With Viewers Casting Votes for the Ultimate Hero TNT has given the greenlight to The Hero (working title), a new reality-competition series that will set out to find the next great hero. TNT has ordered eight episodes of the series from Ben Silverman’s multim edia entertainment studio Electus and its 5×5 Media exclusive producers. The Hero will beRead More

Posted On September 3, 2012By Dave ScottIn Columns

Dave Scott – Monday Night Long

Hey there guys, Dave Scott here with the back to normal Monday night banter! I’ve been racking my brain the past few hours thinking about what I’m going to write about this week. This is because since Raw has went 3 hours long, I am starting to struggle with it. It is hard enough sometimes staying up until 4am when it was 2 hours long, but now that there is that extra hour and nothing overly great happening I’ve been falling asleep before the end of Raw. Now there wouldRead More
The Sun from the United Kingdom reports that The Rock stopped a gang of would-be burglars on the set of Fast 6 from London. The group was reportedly trying to break into vans that contained expensive movie equipment when Rock, who was dressed as a FBI agent for the movie, caught them. Rock ended up chasing them away. An eye-witness told The Sun: “It was so funny. The Rock looked like an action hero because he had his flak jacket on and an FBI badge in his hand. All ofRead More
- Following up on the hamstring injury that The Rock suffered in his match against John Cena at WrestleMania 28, he tweeted that he has completely healed from the injury. – According to Pollstar, SummerSlam did a gate of $1,135,590 gross and 14,000 paid. – WWE Vintage Collection on August 24th, 2012 featured these matches: The Missing Link vs. Tony Garea WWF Prime Time Wrestling – July 23rd, 1985 The Powers Of Pain vs. Demolition WWF TV Taping – February 3rd, 1989 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin Battle Kat vs. Boris ZhukovRead More
While tweeting during Saturday night’s Rock-Cena special on NBC, The Rock revealed on Twitter that he was injured in his WrestleMania 28 match against John Cena. Rock posted a photo of Cena doing the top rope leg drop on him with the following caption, noting that he tore his right hamstring: “Cena leaps 15ft & crashes down on the back of my neck – tearing my right hamstring. Intense pain.. #IFinishedTheMatch”Read More
- According to updated numbers from WWE, this year’s Money in the Bank pay-per-view looks to have done around 200,000 buys. This is up from 195,000 in 2011 and 165,000 in 2010. – Friday’s SmackDown did a 108,482 in social media activity, according to – Hulk Hogan recently wrote that he was thinking about shaving his head bald. The Rock replied to him: “Go for it Hulk – then we’ll be twins. Hope you’re well big man. Keep on keeping on..” – Big Show is today’s featured Superstar onRead More
- WWE’s website has a new storyline article up to further Triple H’s retirement angle. Road Dogg BG James had the following to say: “Our whole wrestling careers I’ve known Triple H. His arm was literally broken in the same place that it was months ago. I don’t know if you come back from an injury like that at his age. ‘The Perfect Storm’ may have just done it. I don’t know. I haven’t spoken to him yet.” – also has an article up looking at 5 things BrockRead More
- Many people speculated that Miss USA 2010 Rima Fakih, who participated in Tough Enough last year and was brought in as a celebrity guest WrestleMania XXVIII week, would have a WWE contract waiting for her if she opted for a professional wrestling career. She, however, says that’s not the case. When asked on Twitter whether she would be joining the organization again, she responded, “They don’t want me.” – Billy Gunn, who appeared on Raw 1,000, is the newest addition to’s Alumni section. writes of the multi-timeRead More
- Former WWE developmental wrestler Marcus Owens issued a negative assessment on David Otunga’s working ability after watching him compete on television. “I swear David Otunga is the most unsafe guy, I’ve ever seen on TV,” he wrote on Facebook. “I’d rather work Sid Vicious back when he was with the IV Horseman…LOL.” This is not the first time where Otunga’s wrestling ability has been publicly dismissed by a fellow wrestler. Chris Masters stated during an interview following his release from WWE last year, “He’s got two left feet. C’mon,Read More
- Conspicuous by her absence Monday on Raw was Beth Phoenix, who WWE advertised as a participant in the Divas Championship No. 1 Contender Battle Royal. According to, she, nor Kelly Kelly, who was also advertised for the match, were not at the show emanating from the Save Mart Center in Fresno, California. “The Glamazon” will be missing more events as is no longer advertising her for next week’s four-event Raw brand tour of Australia. She had been listed as appearing as recently as late last week. –Read More
WWE Champion CM Punk was interviewed by this week to promote Sunday’s Summerslam 2012 pay-per-view. Here are some highlights of what Punk said about: Attacking The Rock at RAW 1,000: “I don’t think it was sudden at all. I’d been very vocal about the Rock coming back and cherry-picking the days he comes in. So, when he comes in I’m going to smack him in the face … I just think there are a lot of people who work their asses off here. I’m here 24/7, 365 days aRead More