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nxt-takeover

Posted On September 16, 2014By Julian RadbourneIn Columns

The Two Sheds Review: WWE NXT Takeover Fatal 4 Way

When I first saw one of their shows a few months ago the action blew me away. But did they manage to capture lightning in a bottle again? That was what I was hoping to find out by watching WWE NXT Takeover: Fatal 4 Way, shown this past Saturday night on Sky Sports here in Britain. The show began with the title action as the Lucha Dragons, Kalisto and Sin Cara, challenged Konnor and Viktor of the Ascension for the NXT Tag Team titles. Short and sweet would probably beRead More
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Posted On September 2, 2014By Richard LattaIn Columns, Featured

#ModernDayNitroReview : WCW Monday Nitro Show 103

Welcome to the first #ModernDayNitro review column, by yours truly, Rich Latta. With the release of the WCW Nitro’s of 1995 and 1996 on the WWE Network, I will watch them at random and bring you all into a virtual deloreon with this column. If you have any specific shows you find interesting, let me know where to find it on WWE Network, below or on Twitter @DangerRich32. Our first show is labeled “Nitro 103.” The main attractions were a Ric Flair vs Randy Savage WCW Championship match, and ArnRead More
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Posted On August 20, 2014By Julian RadbourneIn Columns

The Two Sheds Review: WWE SummerSlam 2014

It’s meant to be the hottest event of the summer, but was it any good? That’s what I’m hoping to find out by viewing this year’s Summerslam, 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 Dolph Ziggler challenged the Miz for the Intercontinental title. I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve seen reports saying that the powers that be are reluctant to push Ziggler these daysRead More
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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
total-divas

Posted On July 20, 2014By Richard LattaIn Columns, Featured

WWE Divas : 10 Women Defining A New Era In WWE

Women’s wrestling has gone through numerous phases in WWE. From the days of The Fabulous Moolah holding a title for almost 30 years, to having Alundra Blayze face off with Bull Nakano, in matches that seemed to come out of no where, to a complete disappearance of meaningful wrestling throughout The Attitude Era, we never knew what was next. After a period of evening gown matches, and Sable putting paint on herself, the early 2000’s saw Trish, Lita, Victoria, Molly, Gail Kim, and Mickie James establish themselves as not onlyRead More
wwe-2k15

Posted On July 16, 2014By Richard LattaIn Columns, Featured

WWE 2K15 : 50 Legends That Must Be Included

In the last few years, WWE has been including legends in their games at a more accelerated rate than ever. Men like Bruno Sammartino, Dusty Rhodes, and Ravishing Rick Rude all made their long awaited virtual debuts. Their 30 years of Wrestlemania mode made it necessary to introduce more guys from yesteryear. Looking forward to WWE 2K15, WWE’s first voyage on the next-gen platform, there are still many wrestlers who have not been included over the last few years that fans are clamoring for. Whether actual legends, or legendary videoRead More
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Posted On July 16, 2014By Julian RadbourneIn Columns

The Two Sheds Review: WWE Superstar Collection: John Cena

Our latest review sees us venturing into the world of the WWE Superstar Collection. For those of you who don’t know this is it’s basically a budget series of DVDs which contain just a handful of matches. Think of it as a cheap and cheerful way to kill an hour or so. This first review comes from a man who was recently described as an A+ player by the powers that be after he recently regained the gold. Yep, you guessed it, our first subject is none other than JohnRead More
Camacho
Former WWE superstar Tevita Fifita, better known as Camacho, recently participated in an exclusive interview with PWMania.com. Fefita talks about his time in WWE, his character’s direction, his relationship with Triple H and Vince McMahon, his involvement in NXT and more. It’s a pleasure to have you with us, Tevita. So, how did you decide to pursue a career as a professional wrestler? In the summer of 2004, I was going into my senior year of college and I was playing football. I called my older brother and told himRead More
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Many consider it to be sacred ground, as the spiritual home of World Wrestling Entertainment, and now we’re going to look at the DVD set dedicated to one of the greatest venues not just in professional wrestling, but in the world. The release in question is The Best of WWE at Madison Square Garden. And as is the custom with these things, let’s start right at the beginning with….. Disc One February 8th, 1971 Newly-crowned WWWF Champion Ivan Koloff makes his first defence as he takes on U.S. American ChampionRead More
fatp2013

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 Thad ZajacIn Columns, Featured

WWE’s New Problem: Bad News Injuries

It’s been a bad couple of months over in Stamford, Connecticut. Wrestlemania was followed up by Injurymania, and the two people shining brightest both took a hard fall. We already know about Daniel Bryan’s neck surgery, which ended up costing him the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Neck problems have plagued the best and brightest of WWE for years. Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Chris Benoit, Edge. Great talents in the ring, and for the most part, great on a microphone too, all having careers cut short (or constantly interrupted) by neckRead 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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WWE has emerged victorious. In it’s battle against CM Punk they have looked every bit the victor as Punk has looked indifferent. While we may never know what led to Punk walking out before Wrestlemania season like Bad News Brown in a Survivor Series match, we definitely saw how WWE has moved forward without him. In the court of public opinion, and pages of the IWC, WWE was slandered by CM Punk fans for everything, while knowing nothing. Punk was defended better than the Denver Broncos in this years Superbowl,Read More
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Posted On June 9, 2014By Joe D'AgostinoIn News, Results

WWE Raw Results – June 9th, 2014

WWE Raw Results – June 9th, 2014 The show kicks off with Triple H and Stephanie making their way to the ring. Triple H says that tonight is a good night to be right. Stephanie then says that they have the privilege to announce blockbuster announcements. Stephanie says that tonight we get to resolve the issue with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. We then get a clip of Dr. Maroon giving an announcement that Bryan wont be able to compete. Stephanie then says we couldn’t expect an A+ recovery fromRead More
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Posted On June 8, 2014By Thad ZajacIn Columns, Featured

The Unwatchable WWE Raw And A Broken Shield

I’m watching the segment over as I write this, and I still cannot stand it. Last night, the Shield was blown up, as Seth Rollins “sold out” to Triple H and turned on his running buddies, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns. I suppose it was the logical end for them, since they really had no more to accomplish after a sweep of Evolution in their Payback rematch, but as a fan, it was immensely hard to handle. The Shield was the one enjoyable, consistent match week in and week out.Read More
nxt-takeover

Posted On June 8, 2014By Julian RadbourneIn Columns

The Two Sheds Review: WWE NXT Takeover

It’s debut time here in The Two Sheds Review…..sort of, as we take a first look at what WWE’s NXT has to offer with a review of Takeover, shown this past Sunday night on Sky Sports here in Britain. The broadcast began with Adam Rose taking on Camacho. This is the first time I’ve seen Mr. Rose and his entrance, and I’m of the opinion that he’s probably an acquired taste. The match itself wasn’t too bad. Rose frustrated Camacho early on with his carefree attitude, until the Mexican managedRead 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 May 6, 2014By Julian RadbourneIn Columns

The Two Sheds Review: WWE Extreme Rules

It’s time to step into WWE territory once more as we take a look at their latest pay per view offering, with Kane facing Daniel Bryan in the main event of Extreme Rules, shown live in the early hours of this past Monday morning on Sky Box Office here in Britain. The show began with triple threat elimination action between Rob Van Dam, Zeb Colter guy Jack Swagger and Paul Heyman guy Cesaro. As far as show openers go this wasn’t too bad. All three guys put in creditable performances,Read More
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Posted On May 1, 2014By Enzo MarinoIn Columns, Featured, News

WWE Extreme Rules: The Evolution Of Triple H

When you think of Triple H, what is the first thing that comes to mind? In today’s Internet Wrestling Community, many feel that Triple H is out to bury young talent, and really rubs fans the wrong way. I think this is so far from the truth, as Triple H just put over Daniel Bryan cleanly at WrestleMania 30, and Bryan went on to become WWE Champion. He was also the one to cement Batista and John Cena’s championship runs (but this is an argument to deal with another time).Read More