Master movie maker Alfred Hitchcock once said, “The more successful the villain, the more successful the picture.” What he was saying, in other words, is if you want to make a really good movie, you have to have a really good bad guy. You’ll see movies like “Star Wars,” “Titanic,” “The Ten Commandments,” and “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” in the top money-making movies of all time (adjusted for inflation). What do all those epic films have in common? Simple — a really, really good villain.
Heels are pro wrestling’s villains. So if we want to put on damned good pro wrestling shows, we need damned good heels. Heels are so important to the success of a wrestling promotion, I’ve dedicated an entire chapter of my new book Fixing the Indies to them. A big part of ..click here to read more
independent pro wrestling, Nigel McGuinness
The Final Countdown tour is over. Ring of Honor recently saw two of its’ biggest stars leave the company to make a bigger name for themselves in other companies. Nigel McGuiness, or Desmond Wolfe as he is now known as, made his debut in TNA Wrestling a few weeks ago. Bryan Danielson should be making his much anticipated debut on WWE programming very soon. These two men are two of the most gifted wrestlers and entertainers you will over see in a wrestling ring. Since its’ inception back in 2002, Ring of Honor has been the place to go to see the most gifted, talented, and unsigned wrestlers in the wrestling business. Today in 2009, not much has changed.
ROH has unofficially been the third most important wrestling promotion in the United States since it ran its first show back in February ..click here to read more
Bryan Danielson, Colt Cabana, Davey Richards, Nigel McGuinness, Ring of Honor, TNA Wrestling, Tyler Black, wwe
Bryan Danielson and Nigel McGuinness, quite possibly two of the greatest independent wrestlers to ever wrestle in the United States, recently announced that they were to sign with the WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment). After many years of working the indies, they finally were going to get their big break. Each individual had their respective farewell bouts in companies like ROH, PWG, and FIP, and were ready to expand their repituar by joining the largest wrestling organization on the planet.
The buzz of the two joining WWE had finally came to a minimum, until this afternoon(Tuesday October 20, 2009), when a rumor started circulating the web, that Nigel was unhappy with the WWE because they took so long to send him his contract. Shockingly, the rumor also states that Nigel is now set to sign with TNA(Total Nonstop Action Wrestling)! Nigel wrestled on the ..click here to read more
Bryan Danielson, Nigel McGuinness, Ring of Honor, TNA Wrestling