-We are LIVE from the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ on March 28, 2010 for WrestleMania XXVI. Well, not me. I’m inside a one story house with a decently-furnished living room in South Jersey that belongs to my brother Josh, and we’re joined by friends Dave and Rob for this historic evening. Funny that our childhood heroes are all wrestling: Undertaker for Rob, Bret Hart for Dave, Shawn Michaels for me, and Vince McMahon for Josh (don’t ask).
-It should be noted that my feelings on this show may change in six months, as I’m writing this while coming off of the fumes of adrenaline from having just watched the show live. It’s like on IMDb when the users go see a hit movie, and ..click here to read more
Alicia Fox, batista, Beth Phoenix, bret hart, chris jericho, Christian, CM Punk, Cody Rhodes, Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre, Edge, Evan Bourne, Eve Torres, Gail Kim, Jack Swagger, john cena, Kane, Kelly Kelly, Kofi Kingston, Layla, Maryse, Matt Hardy, Michelle McCool, Mickie James, Money in the Bank, MVP, randy orton, shawn michaels, Sheamus, Shelton Benjamin, Ted DiBiase Jr., The Miz, The Undertaker, triple h, Vickie Guerrero, vince mcmahon, wrestlemania 26
From University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ
March 28, 2010
One of the biggest differences between WWE and TNA is that when WWE utilizes older wrestlers, it’s to their maximum.
In the fall of 2009, TNA went ahead with a considerable end-run to bolster their roster, with the target of running a monster three-hour episode of Impact, live on Monday, January 4, up against Raw.
To sweeten the pot and lure in casual fans not familiar with TNA, the company brought in Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff to be major players, while negotiating with Scott Hall, Sean Waltman, Ric Flair, and Jeff Hardy, as well as other familiar faces.
WWE, knowing that TNA was going to bring their best laid plans to that ..click here to read more
Alicia Fox, batista, Beth Phoenix, bret hart, chris jericho, Christian, CM Punk, Cody Rhodes, Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre, Edge, Evan Bourne, Eve Torres, Gail Kim, Jack Swagger, john cena, Kane, Kelly Kelly, Kofi Kingston, Layla, Maryse, Matt Hardy, Michelle McCool, Mickie James, Money in the Bank, Montreal Screwjob, MVP, randy orton, shawn michaels, Sheamus, Shelton Benjamin, Ted DiBiase Jr., The Miz, The Undertaker, triple h, Vickie Guerrero, vince mcmahon, wrestlemania 26
This Saturday marks a milestone for AJ Lee and her being the Divas Champion and that is her tying Maryse for the longest reign as Divas Champion with Sunday being the day she become the all time longest reigning Divas Champion to hold that title.
Sure records may become broken at some points in sports, but this one, I’m not really feeling at all here because during AJ’s title run, nothing really memorable has happened besides the epic promo she cut on the total divas back in the Summer of last year and also, there is a debate on twitter on who had the better run of Maryse and AJ Lee. While looking at this and looking at what fans of Maryse have been saying and fans of AJ Lee have been saying, I have come to the conclusion about both of those reigns.
My verdict: Neither of them had the better ..click here to read more
AJ Lee, Maryse, WWE Divas
WWE Raw, 7/18/11, Green Bay, WI
OPENING SEGMENT: VINCE MCMAHON IS NOT HAPPY
In a rather short opening segment, McMahon brought out Johnny Laryngitis, and the whole roster was backstage watching, thus giving it a special feel. In short, CM Punk is a turd, John Cena let everyone down, and there’s now a tournament to determine a new champion. Crowd doesn’t like that one. I like the idea, because you could create a new champ, and have Punk return to rub it in that he was never beaten. Of course, the internet crowd is going to view this as a screw-you to Punk, but oh well. I think it leads to Punk’s ..click here to read more
Alberto del Rio, Alex Riley, Alicia Fox, Andy Leavine, Bella Twins, Beth Phoenix, CM Punk, Dolph Ziggler, Eve, Gail Kim, john cena, John Laurinaitis, John Morrison, Kaitlyn, Kelly Kelly, Maryse, Melina, Money in the Bank, Natalya, R-Truth, Rey Mysterio, Ricardo Rodriguez, Rosa Mendes, The Miz, triple h, vince mcmahon, WWE Divas, WWE Money In The Bank, WWE Tough Enough
It’s been almost two months since Michelle McCool lost her Loser Leaves Town match against former best friend Layla at Extreme Rules, and frankly, the industry took a head shot when it lost the blonde bombshell who had finally reached the pinnacle of her career.
Not only was Michelle a great looking girl with a heartwarming accent (just ask The Undertaker), but any time I tuned into SmackDown I actually bought into her bully persona, a program she worked nicely with a decent arsenal of moves and great chemistry with her partner in crime, Layla.
Living so close to where Michelle McCool used ..click here to read more
AJ Lee, Angelina Love, Bella Twins, Christina Von Eerie, Eve Torres, FCW, Kaitlyn, Kelly Kelly, Layla, Madison Rayne, Maryse, Michelle McCool, Rosita, TNA Wrestling, WWE Divas
Who said one bad idea in pro wrestling doesn’t deserve another? Seeing the ratings bomb Jersey Shore stars have been on TNA Impact, WWE will go down the same road. Jersey Shore’s Snooki will roll into WWE RAW next Monday to start some kind of an angle which will make her a part of WrestleMania 27.
Can someone please send pro wrestling writers and management a memo that reads, “Wrestling fans hate Jersey Shore!” If you don’t believe me just take a look at how well TNA Impact has done with Jersey Shore stars. Ratings ..click here to read more
Angelina Pivarnick, J Woww, Jersey Shore, Maryse, Reality TV, Snooki, Steve Austin, television, The Rock, TNA Impact, TNA Wrestling, WrestleMania 27