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Life on the Treatment Table – WWEs Injury List

Its a who’s who of Wrestlers on the WWEs injury list at the moment, and they’re dropping like flies in the WWE with a reasonable percentage of the Main Roster down with a multiple amount of injuries making WrestleMania plans drastically shift. Coming out of Royal Rumble 2016, the main roster is drastically different to that which left Wrestlemania 31 …

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Top 5 Money in the Bank Ladder Matches

Photo credits: WWE Over the course of the past ten years since its inception at WrestleMania 21, the Money In The Bank Ladder Match has become one of the most anticipated matches of the year, with the winner getting a chance to face the champion at any time he wishes over the course of the next twelve months. We have …

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A Fella To Hate: Can Sheamus’ Heel Run Boost His Career?

Photo credit: WWE It seems that over the last few years WWE has attempted to line up any number of debuts, returns, cameos, and rare appearances around the WrestleMania season in order to drum up attention for the biggest show of the year and the television around it. This year was no exception as Mania brought out Sting, Triple H, …

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PROGRESS & SPLX Super Strong Style 16

Unless you’ve been leaving underneath some sort of rock, let me fill you in. The British Wrestling scene is thriving. It is arguably the best it has ever been. To name a few; Preston City Wrestling, TARGET, Insane Championship Wrestling and our focus for this article, PROGRESS, the British scene is on fire from Scotland all the way down to …

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Take off the Nostalgia Goggles: This Era Could be the Best

Upon reviewing the latest NXT pay-per-view, an impressive spectacle unto itself, it leaves one wondering:  is this current era the greatest generation?  If not, why not?  The sudden incredible rise and interconnectedness of the talent pool allows for more diversity, more robustness of matches. The increased exposure of promotions allow for a broader showcase of ability and athletic prowess.  The …

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WWE Network – Blame the Dirtsheets

The latest WWE Network subscriber numbers have been released by the powers that be in Stamford, and just as regular as the sun rises every morning, the all empowering wrestling news sites are busy releasing yet more stories of doom and gloom and ultimate failure of the best thing to happen to the wrestling industry since WrestleMania. Let me get …

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Chris Jericho and WWE’s Part-Timer Problem

Let me say first, I love Chris Jericho. I don’t think you can have an honest conversation about the all time greats in the business without mentioning his name. I could sit here and list his titles won and honors achieved, but it would take too long. His contributions to the business are many – the “Jericho invented that” meme …

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WWE NXT – The Rise of the “C” Show with the “A” Quality

Days removed from a seminal NXT event, which showcased the best in the future of the ‘biz’, I turned on RAW from Monday night. I had to endure, in my opinion, another lacklustre show – the continuation in a long line of uninspiring and uneventful episodes. It’s an interesting observation between the A show and, what everyone considers, the C …

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Blood, Urine & Vomit: The Dominance of Brock Lesnar

April 2nd 2012 – John Cena marched out to the ring for his concession speech following his defeat to The Rock the night before at WrestleMania XVIII in a dream match years in the making. Considering The Rock made an appearance earlier on in the evening it wasn’t likely for Rock to come out and answer John Cena’s challenge. The …

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10 Least Convincing Challengers to The Streak

If there was ever one fabled story that has come from professional wrestling, it was The Undertaker’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania. It had got to a point in history where most people thought that Undertaker would never be defeated at ‘The Showcase Of The Immortals’. At WrestleMania XXX though, the streak was broken. Brock Lesnar became the one in 21-1 …

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10 Forgotten SummerSlam Matches You Really Should See

The “biggest event” of the summer has long been an annual tradition within the WWE and it’s had more than its fair share of classic moments and matches.  But there are hundreds of lists out there of the matches that everyone remembers (Bret/Mr P from 1991, Bret/Davey from 1992, Shawn/Razor from 1995, Shawn/HHH from 2002 etc).  What I’m here to …

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10 Superstars Who Could Replace CM Punk

CM Punk’s contract has officially expired now. Ever since the Royal Rumble when Punk left, every wrestling fan has thrown their opinion into the mixing bowl. The amount of times rumours have flown around that Punk was going to come back once he had time to call off is beyond ridiculous. At the end of the day, even Punk’s best …

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Making an Impact: What’s Next for TNA?

The last 48 hours in professional wrestling have been downright depressing. The impending announcement on the WWE Network subscription list seems to have a lot of people at WWE HQ nervous as they don’t believe the numbers are going to be what they hoped, Daniel Bryan has revealed that he now needs further surgery before he can make his eagerly …

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Storyline Controversy in WWE – It’s Nothing New

One of the earliest points at which the WWE used a huge international event as a means for driving a storyline is through Sergeant Slaughter in the early 90s during the Gulf War. Slaughter aligned himself, for the purposes of the storyline, with Iraqi General Adnan and proceeded for a few months to spout anti-American rhetoric while being favourable about the Iraqis.