Wrestle Report Card Subject: WWE Extreme Rules 2019

WWE Extreme Rules 2019 took place on Sunday July 14 on the The WWE Network from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA home of the extreme promotion in the 1990’s Extreme Championship Wrestling, ECW. How extreme would WWE get? How extreme would the quality be? Find out now in my report card. Kickoff Match #1: Shinske Nakamura pinned WWE I.C. Champion Finn Bálor with … Continue reading Wrestle Report Card Subject: WWE Extreme Rules 2019

Wrestle Report Card Essay: Why July 13, 2019 will be an important day in wrestling history?

All Elite Wrestling, AEW, and World Wrestling Entertainment, WWE will indirectly go head to head on Saturday Night July 13 for the first time since AEW formed on January 1, 2019. Athough this battle will seem small in comparison to future battles between the two companies, July 13 will mean a lot for many people and reasons. AEW will host their third event, Fight for … Continue reading Wrestle Report Card Essay: Why July 13, 2019 will be an important day in wrestling history?

Wrestle Report Card Subject: WWE Stomping Grounds 2019

Stomping Grounds was the first event of its name on The WWE Network. It featured seven championship matches, and two grudge matches. This show was highly criticized for the lack of ticket sales and creativity for the show. So how did the show do? Here is my report card. Kickoff Match: Drew Gulak defeated WWE Cruiserweight Champion Tony Nese and Akira Tozawa to win the … Continue reading Wrestle Report Card Subject: WWE Stomping Grounds 2019

Wrestle Report Card Subject: WWE Super Showdown 2019

With WWE Stomping Grounds streaming this Sunday on the WWE Network at 7 PM EST, I wanted to take look back at the last major WWE Network Event, Super Showdown 2019, and give you my report card WWE Super Showdown was the third event WWE held in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  The WWE is in the second year of a ten year contract.  There’s a … Continue reading Wrestle Report Card Subject: WWE Super Showdown 2019

Wrestle Report Card Subject: NXT TakeOver XXV

NXT TakeOver XXV was the 25th TakeOver event to stream on the WWE Network since May 2014. It also was the first TakeOver to not proceed a WWE PPV event since June 2016. It featured four championship matches plus a match showcasing one of NXT brightest stars in Matt Riddle. Some fans wondered how this event would compare to the first PPV from AEW the … Continue reading Wrestle Report Card Subject: NXT TakeOver XXV

Remembering the Rocket: A Tribute to Owen Hart

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

The Firefly Funhouse.

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.

The Wrestle Report Card: WWE WrestleMania 35

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

The Man Wins Two Women’s Championships

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