We’re talking about the writing team today. Continue Reading »Thought of the Day: (WW)E For Effort
Today’s Wrestler of the Day is genocidal and homicidal yet keeps getting jobs somehow. It’s Sabu. Continue Reading »Wrestler of the Day – September 22: Sabu
Today is a guy that found a character and ran with it for his entire career: Curtis Hughes. Continue Reading »Wrestler of the Day – September 21: Curtis Hughes
Night of Champions 2014
Date: September 21, 2014
Location: Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, Tennessee
Commentators: Michael Cole, John Bradshaw Layfield, Jerry Lawler
This is the textbook definition of a one match show and now the second or third biggest match isn’t happening. Yesterday Roman Reigns was sent to the hospital with a hernia, putting him out of action for several weeks if not months. The main event is of course Cena vs. Lesnar II (III if you count the match from two and a half years ago) with Lesnar defending his title. Let’s get to it. Continue Reading »Night of Champions 2014: They’re Making My Eyebrows Go Up
Today is your Olympic hero and mine, Kurt Angle. Continue Reading »Wrestler of the Day – September 20: Kurt Angle
He’s Super! He’s Crazy! He’s Super Crazy! Continue Reading »Wrestler of the Day – September 19: Super Crazy
World Cup of Wrestling II
Date: September 5, 2014
Location: Impact Zone, Orlando, Florida
Commentators: Taz, Mike Tenay
Of all the One Night Only shows, the first World Cup was probably the most entertaining. They actually did something different instead of just going with the same bracketed tournament that they almost always do. Last time they had a group of wrestlers from various countries (and Aces and 8’s) and used a point system. This time it’s four captains with teams and no real affiliation but the same points idea. Let’s get to it. Continue Reading »TNA One Night Only – World Cup Of Wrestling II: Wake Up People!
According to WWE.com, Reigns will be out four to six weeks, likely closer to six. The hernia has been fixed and it should be just recovery now.
I have a feeling this is going to be a shorter one as most of the matches are fairly obvious, meaning there isn’t much to say about them. That’s a bad sign too as most of the matches haven’t had a ton of effort put into them and it really isn’t all that hard to guess most of them. WWE has done a very bad job of setting up this show other than the main event and it’s going to catch up to them. Let’s get to it. Continue Reading »Night of Champions 2014 Preview
According to WWE.com. It’s due to something called an incarcerated hernia. No word on how long he’ll be out.