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Posted On July 21, 2011By Steven PachecoIn Columns

One Count Kickout – Game Changer

One Count Kickout Blog Follow @OneCountKickout on Twitter Sometimes art imitates life, and other times, inspires it.  This past Monday while WWE was knee deep in their process to insult the intelligence of it’s audience by pretending for five seconds, let alone the entire two hours of the show, that John Cena would get fired, we heard that familiar song and witnessed the return of “The Game” Triple H.  Of course this wasn’t the return that many expected.  There was no sledgehammer in hand, leather jacket, wet hair and angryRead More
The full content listing for WWE’s upcoming OMG! The Top 50 Incidents in WWE History DVD has been released. It is scheduled for release in North America on August 23 via three-disc DVD and a two-disc Blu-ray sets. OMG! The Top 50 Incidents in WWE History DVD (3 Discs) OMG! The Top 50 Incidents in WWE History counts down the most outrageous moments in the history of WWE. What moments will make the cut, the top 10, and what is the greatest moment of all time? Is it the KingRead More

Posted On July 1, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Sean “X-Pac” Waltman Blogs On Zack Ryder & CM Punk

Sean “X-Pac” Waltman has a new blog posted on his official site, RealXPac.com. The following are excerpts from the article: On CM Punk: “While I was still living in Mexico I stopped by Palacio de los Deportes where WWE was putting on a live event. The main event was Punk(as WWE Champ) vs Undertaker. I know from experience how hard it is for a guy our size to work with Taker or Kane. Well Punk and Taker had a hell of a match & I was extremely impressed that heRead More

Posted On June 6, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Randy Orton Speaks On His Legacy In WWE, Randy Savage & More

- World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton spoke with Roanoke.com this weekend to promote Tuesday’s WWE SmackDown tapings in the city. The interviewer noted that before the session, WWE’s handler stressed that Orton is a sports entertainer, not a wrestler. Here are some highlights: Q: From your perspective, what’s the best and worst part of being a WWE superstar? A: I’d say the best part of being a WWE superstar is traveling the world, meeting new and different people of all walks of life. I love what I do for aRead More

Posted On May 23, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Big News: John Cena’s Next Feud Will Be With…

Thanks to Nick Paglino for the following: CM Punk. According to a prominent member of the WWE staff, Cena is a big fan of Punk’s, and thought WWE could have gotten a lot more out of Punk during his run with Randy Orton. With Punk reportedly in a contract dispute with WWE (his contract expires at the end of the Summer, and he has not elected to sign a new agreement), Cena went to WWE Chairman Vince McMahon with a similar pitch to how Cena worked Chris Jericho’s final programRead More

Posted On April 10, 2011By Steven PachecoIn Columns

One Count Kickout – Moving Forward

onecountkickout@gmail.com http://twitter.com/onecountkickout Wrestlemania 27 has come and gone.  The grandest stage of them all, the epic event wrestling fans wait all year for, the place where superstars become legends.  Well, maybe not this year.  Overall Wrestlemania 27 was a one match show which fell short of it’s hype, failed to capitalize on it’s opportunity to catapult midcard performers to the top and delivered a main event which was, if nothing else, fairly predictable.  Of course all of this is debatable and what was a sub-par show for some may haveRead More
Well I didn’t do too poorly with my picks; got a few wrong (thanks a lot Del Rio), but I was mostly right. I got a few emails asking on what I thought was the match of the night and a few of you really liked Cena vs. Miz…just kidding that was one of the worst main event matches ever seen and, to just me, it wasn’t The Miz’s fault. I watched WM at my buddy Tom’s house with his parents a few other people and let me tell youRead More

Posted On April 5, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Confirmed For Tonight’s WWE Smackdown & NXT Tapings

World Wrestling Entertainment will tape tonight’s edition of WWE NXT, the Smackdown portion of the final WWE Superstars and this week’s Smackdown tonight from the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina. No matches have been announced but Triple H is being advertised for a special appearance. Advertised locally is a 10-man match with Undertaker, Big Show, Edge, Christian and Rey Mysterio vs. Alberto Del Rio and The Corre.Read More

Posted On April 3, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

WWE Talent Upset w/ Last Minute WrestleMania Changes

There are a lot of unhappy WWE superstars tonight, as PWMania can exclusively report that several agent-producers had to give the bad news to talent today that some matches had to be shortened after the show was reviewed by WWE Chairman Vince McMahon. Cena vs The Miz, with the obvious involvement of The Rock, has been given more time, according to a key insider with knowledge of the Wrestlemania script, and HHH and Undertaker have a “soft” time which will be finalized during the day tomorrow.Read More

Posted On April 1, 2011By Keelan BaldersonIn News

Lawler’s Finishing Move Banned?

Unless he is granted special permission, Jerry “The King” Lawler will not be able to use his legendary piledriver finishing move at Wrestlemania, because it’s on WWE’s banned moves list. Although variations of the move have generally been limited to certain stars like Kane and the Undertaker, it was officially banned due to internal worries about concussions after the Benoit tragedy. Lawler still has the middle-rope fist drop as a signature. Link: Mass Protests Against the EU – Latest News!Read More

Posted On March 28, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Backstage Heat On Snooki & McCool Headed Into W’Mania

According to a reliable WWE source, there is backstage heat on the celebrity-involvement of Snooki in the tag team match at Wrestlemania, and the heat is not directed solely at the Jersey Shore star. “We bust our asses 250 days a year on the road,” one prominent RAW-brand superstar claimed, “Snooki will cut right into everyone’s Wrestlemania paydays. And the whole show is built around Rock, who is not full time; Austin, from another era, too; Michael Cole, who doesn’t go on the road; Lawler, who doesn’t go on theRead More

Posted On March 24, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Exclusive: Update On Wrestlemania Announcers; JR Set, More

PWMania has learned exclusively the announce team, as of this evening, for Wrestlemania 27 will be Josh Matthews and Booker T, with WWE Chairman Vince McMahon’s plan to have Jim Ross as the special announcer for the Lawler vs Cole, WWE Title, and Undertaker vs HHH main event as well. “Everything may change 100 times between now and Wrestlemania,” a key WWE insider told us this evening, “but right now Vince likes the idea of JR calling the main event and also he likes Josh Matthews and Booker getting theRead More

Posted On March 10, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

JR Blog: MITB, JBL’s Return, HHH vs. Undertaker’s WM17 Match

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross is back with another blog update, which you can read in its entirety at JRsBarBQ.com. Here are some highlights of what JR wrote about: No Money In The Bank at WM27: “It looks as if a MITB Ladder match at WM27 appears to be a long shot. Before I would think about joining those that have already indicted the unannounced under card I think that I will reserve my opinions until I actually see the card. Appearing on the WM27 under card is aRead More

Posted On March 10, 2011By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Non-Spoiler Match Listing For This Week’s WWE SmackDown

The following is a non-spoiler match listing for this week’s WWE SmackDown! -Wade Barrett vs. Kane -Cody Rhodes vs. JTG -Michael Cole interviews John Cena -Layla vs. Kaitlyn -Rey Mysterio vs. Drew McIntyre -Triple H promo regarding Undertaker -Alberto Del Rio and Brodus Clay vs. Edge and ChristianRead More

Posted On March 4, 2011By Steven PachecoIn Columns

One Count Kickout – Wrestlemania Angles

A look at the importance of this years angles heading into Wrestlemania.Read More

Posted On March 2, 2011By Jared GebhardtIn Columns

The Wrestling Genius: The Great Vignette Heist

Before I get to what happened on Monday, I would first like to lie to rest a promising wrestling organization, TNA. You see a tragedy happened on Thursday that ended the poor company’s credibility and any hope of being a legit company. They have been on life support for some time now and finally I guess they just decided to pull the plug on the company. When they ran a complete rip off WWE’s 2/21/11 vignette, it killed all hopes of them being a WWE equal. I get the wholeRead More

Posted On February 24, 2011By Owen PattersonIn News

More News On The Undertaker’s WWE Return

We noted before that The Undertaker appeared on the ramp and then disappeared during last night’s dark main event after the SmackDown tapings with Edge and Big Show vs. The Corre and Alberto Del Rio. Bill Wallace sent word that before he disappeared, Undertaker actually stopped Wade Barrett from leaving when he tried to leave the match and go to the back.Read More

Posted On February 24, 2011By Owen PattersonIn News

Who Will Be Announcing WWE WrestleMania XXVII? Details

There is some speculation as to who will be announcing WrestleMania 27 as the feeling is it doesn’t make much sense to have Jerry Lawler and Michael Cole call most of it and then work a match against each other. Jim Ross is always being speculated on for a return but at last year’s WrestleMania, early plans were for him to announce but he didn’t. Shawn Michaels and Undertaker even requested that Ross work the pay-per-view but it wasn’t the direction that Vince McMahon wanted.Read More

Posted On February 15, 2011By Owen PattersonIn News

The Rock A Big Ratings Draw, 2/21/11-Undertaker Update

– Ted Linhart, the USA Network’s VP of Program Research, has posted some preliminary viewership data from Monday’s RAW on Twitter (@TedOnTV) and it looks like The Rock is still a big ratings draw. The 20-minute over-run segment featuring The Rock’s return to WWE television averaged 5.7 million viewers. Breaking down the demographics, that 20-minute segment drew 3.1 million adults 18-49, 2.9 million adults 25-54, and 1.4 million adults 18-34. More ratings data is expected later today, so check back for that later. — In yet another sign that WWE’sRead More