Former guest of The Wrestling Mania Show, Prince Devitt has officially signed with WWE. The even better news is that he will also be keeping his name. The rumours have been doing the rounds for the last few months or so, but today WWE.com officially broke the news themselves: “WWE has signed international Superstar Fergal Devitt to its NXT division. He will report to the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida, today, WWE.com has confirmed. “This is something I’ve been looking forward to since I was maybe four or five years old,” Devitt told WWE.com last week, while preparing for…
The main storyline from the Raw brand featured John Cena and Batista feuding over the WWE Championship.
The Jumping Bomb Angels (Noriyo Tateno and Itsuki Yamazaki) feuded with The Glamour Girls (Leilani Kai and Judy Martin) over the WWF Women’s Tag Team Championship. Kai and Martin were awarded the titles in August 1985 in Egypt.
Following the global launch of .news web domains in July 2015, TWM News can announce it is one of the first news outlets, and the very first sports-entertainment related website in the world to adopt the new .news domain.
The storyline behind the WWF Championship match began in 1994, when Bret Hart was feuding with his brother Owen. After Owen was unable to win the title, he helped Bob Backlund win the belt from Bret at Survivor Series 1994.
The first televised match of the pay-per-view was supposed to be Ludvig Borga vs. Tatanka. The two were engaged in a feud that began prior to Survivor Series 1993. Tatanka was undefeated in the WWF since his debut in 1991.
The primary feud leading up to Royal Rumble 1993 was between WWF Champion Bret Hart and challenger Razor Ramon (a replacement for The Ultimate Warrior, who had left the previous November). Ramon formed an alliance in late 1992 with Ric Flair, who Hart defeated to win the title belt.
We take a trip back in time to look at and review the wonderful spectacular that was SummerSlam 1992 from Wembley Stadium, England.
The overriding theme of the pay-per-view was centered around The Corporation and Mr. McMahon’s attempts to enforce his notions of how a company should be run on the promotion.
The main event matches for the Elimination Chamber event consisted of two Elimination Chamber matches, with Raw’s WWE Championship defended in one and SmackDown’s World Heavyweight Championship defended in the other.
The main feud leading into WrestleMania X8 involved Triple H against the Undisputed Champion Chris Jericho and Stephanie McMahon. At the Royal Rumble, Chris Jericho defeated The Rock to retain the Undisputed Championship
The feud between Goldust and Hunter Hearst Helmsley centered around Goldust’s manager, Marlena. During the free broadcast prior to In Your House 12, Helmsley attempted to seduce Marlena. Goldust responded by attacking Helmsley during matches in the following weeks.
The main rivalry heading into the pay-per-view was on the Raw brand, with Triple H, Shawn Michaels and Chris Benoit feuding over the World Heavyweight Championship.
The Last of McGuinness – Review (Manchester Comedy Store – 26/05/13) – By Michael Owen I had the privilege of attending a screening and Q&A of “The Last of McGuinness: A Film By Nigel McGuinness” at the weekend and it raised some serious questions in my mind about what ‘making it’ in professional wrestling meant and if there is such a thing as an unlucky career. First of all, lets cover the topics that created the most press during his career, why WWE didn’t sign him and why TNA kept him off TV for over a year. He explained very early…
The predominant rivalry for the Raw brand featured Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, John Cena and the reigning WWE Champion, The Miz.