May 23, 2019 marks the twentieth anniversary of one of professional wrestling’s greatest tragedies, the death of WWF Superstar the rocket Owen Hart. Hart was only 34 years old at the time of his passing. A stunt gone horribly wrong. Owen was to portray his Blue Blazer alter-ego character and propel from the rafters in a super hero style entrance. WCW wrestler, Sting had made … Continue reading Remembering the Rocket: A Tribute to Owen Hart
On last night’s episode of WWE Monday Night Raw, social media was buzzing about a segment that aired featuring Bray Wyatt. Wyatt has been off of WWE television for quite some time, and many have been anticipating his return. Although, this time around, we will not be getting the Bray Wyatt that we are all used to. Over the past few weeks, we have seen … Continue reading The Firefly Funhouse.
It’s Monday, which means the fallout of Wrestlemania reaches its natural conclusion with the Superstar Shake-up. It’s become an annual tradition since the brand split and although the brands blur the lines quite regularly these days, it is still an intriguing concept. Continue reading 5 Trades We Want To See During The Superstar Shake-Up
WWE WrestleMania 35 streamed on the WWE Network http://www.wwenetwork.com Sunday, April 7, 2019; live from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. Here’s the report card for the show. Kickoff Match 1: Tony Nese pinned WWE Cruiserweight Champion Buddy Murphy with The Running Nese to win the title.in 10:40 Grade: 3.25 Stars (B) This was a really good cruiserweight match to open the show. It’s a … Continue reading The Wrestle Report Card: WWE WrestleMania 35
WWE superstar Becky Lynch defeated RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey and Smackdown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair in a Triple Threat Match to capture both championships Sunday Night at WrestleMania 35 in MetLife Stadium. It was the first time in company history that a women’s match main-evented a WrestleMania, the company’s biggest show of the year. The main event ended the longest show in WWE history … Continue reading The Man Wins Two Women’s Championships
WrestleMania 35 streams live on the WWE Network today starting at 5 PM EDT. Here are my predictions. Lacey Evans wins The WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal She’ll likely just strut around the ring until there’s only two women left, Asuka and Ruby Riott, and she’ll eliminate them both to win. Big E. wins The Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal: Braun Strowman and The SNL … Continue reading WrestleMania 35 Predictions
Saturday April 6, 2019 This is the first non-WWE event that Madison Square Garden has hosted in over half a century. It was a joint production between Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling, the two biggest non-WWE promotions in the world. Here’s the report card for that show. If you want to view this show yourself, you can order the replay on PPV, … Continue reading The Wrestle Report Card: NJPW/ROH G1 Super Card at MSG
WWE NXT TakeOver: New York took place live on The WWE Network on Friday April 5th. Here’s a report card for the show. Match 1: NXT Tag Team Champions The War Raiders vs. Aleistar Black and Ricochet Winners: The War Raiders Grade: 4 Stars (A). Even though the result was pretty predictable with Black & Ricochet competing more on RAW and Smackdown Live lately. The … Continue reading The Wrestle Report Card: NXT TakeOver: New York
It’s the biggest weekend of the year for wrestling fans, WrestleMania weekend. The biggest WWE events this weekend are WrestleMania 35 on Sunday and NXT TakeOver: New York on Friday. The following is a list of five matches I’m looking forward to the most. WWE United Kingdom Champion Pete Dunne vs. Walter (TakeOver) Dunne is the longest reigning WWE Champion of any kind since Hulk … Continue reading The 5 WWE Matches I’m looking forward to this weekend.
John Oliver, the host of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, made it a point to question the World Wrestling Entertainment’s morality. In what was a highly thought-provoking, twenty minute delve into the history of WWE’s contract situations, and treatment of wrestlers, Oliver left nothing to the imagination. He began in a light-hearted way by poking fun at wrestling attires, telling babies around the world … Continue reading John Oliver on the WWE.