With a pre-show like this, why not make WrestleMania five hours? The tag match was seven guys going balls out in the ring. I expected nothing going in, but got a Tower of Doom, slingshot backstabber off the top rope and a midget getting put in the Sharpshooter. Too bad half the stadium was still […]
Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal This match is a big deal. Cesaro won it last year with full fan support and it launched his career into….yeah. Ok, that is the writers fault, but you see where I am going with this. There are those who should win because of the exposure and big moment […]
https://youtu.be/VYvMOf3hsGA Screenwriter Max Landis has released his sort-of, quasi-follow-up to The Death and Return of Superman, which is possibly my favorite YouTube video ever. Sorry, cats doing…anything. Now, his focus is on wrestling, of which Landis is a lifelong fan. If you follow him on Twitter you know he has had this idea swimming in […]
As I said the night after WrestleMania 29, I think all Raw’s should be in New Jersey. Yeah, insert your “dirty” state joke here, but the Jersey crowd knows how to put on just as good a show as WWE. Up until last night Axelmania was only something people like me enjoyed and by me […]
Am I excited about the new Daredevil series from Netflix? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VK1mrTQd8D0 Yes. Oh. Mother. @^*#. YES.
During the early 2000’s WWE began using their growth from the Attitude Era to branch out and have bands record themes for superstars. Sure, there were some wrestlers who kept their music, mostly done by Jim Johnston, but larger stars such as HHH, Stone Cold, Kane, Undertaker and Edge were given themes by large bands […]
http://youtu.be/DKsej4TqcEQ Since Superstorm Sandy’s bitchier sister dropped her load of “Let It Go” on the northeast, Raw was cancelled for a weather event for the first time ever. It may have been a blessing in disguise. Anyone who watched the Royal Rumble was expecting more of the same that the Philly crowd started. Three hours […]