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Sting requires Neck Surgery, and “Avoided a catastrophe”

Sting was a guest on Ric Flairs podcast this past week, and revealed details about his match against Seth Rollins at Night Of Champions this past September. Sting explains that the injury occurred during the Buckle-bombs from Seth, described as a “whiplash” and that he had no idea how they happened. Both buckle bombs — not Seth’s fault, completely mine, …

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Eddie Guerrero, 10 Years Later

10 Years Ago, the entire wrestling world was shook by the death of one of my favourite wrestlers of all time. Like many, the antics of Eduardo Guerrero on Smackdown during that time period with his “Lie, Cheat & Steal” persona, was one of my personal highlights of the week in a wrestling landscape that was completely different to its …

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WWE Monday Night War Vol. 2 DVD & Blu-Ray Review

After the box set earlier in the year which covered the first ten episodes of the Monday Night Wars series, WWE Home Video bring us a collection of the last ten episodes, this time with exclusive post show commentary from former WCW head honcho Eric Bischoff.

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Jerry Lynn Requires Major Surgery – Ways To Help

Former WWE, ROH, ECW and TNA star and long time ring veteran Jerry Lynn requires major neck and back surgery and has set up a GoFundMe page so that his fans can contribute to his cause. Surgery is set for August 6th, and while he does have medical insurance, he needs help in paying the deductible sum and to help …

WWE Network UK Launch – 20 Shows You Must Watch First

Fans in the UK rejoice. The wait is over. The WWE Network is here! If you’ve been following us for a while or listened to any of our podcasts recently, you’ll know we absolutely love it. Despite what wrestling news sites and so called “industry experts” will tell you, we feel it’s the future of the professional wrestling business and …

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WWE The Best of Sting DVD Review

Let’s get the negatives out of the way first of all. This “Best of” Sting isn’t anything of the sort. It’s a random collection of matches from April 1986 up until the last ever Monday Nitro in March 2001. The majority of them are TV matches, with just a couple of PPV encounters. And although there are some modern day …