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WWE Needs to Resist Temptation to Book Similar Characters

Posted by Alfred Konuwa On December - 20 - 2014

WWE has a weird people problem. With F4WOnline (h/t WrestlingInc.com) recently reporting that Bray Wyatt is rumored to face the Undertaker at WrestleMania 31, WWE is continuing a trend of booking similarly strange or supernatural characters against one another. It's a formula for disaster. One of the most common mistakes WWE fans make is to assume that similar characters make for a dream feud against each other. This couldn't be any farther from the truth, especially when ...

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WWE Needs to Resist Temptation to Book Similar Characters

Posted by Alfred Konuwa On December - 20 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
WWE has a weird people problem. With F4WOnline (h/t WrestlingInc.com) recently reporting that Bray Wyatt is rumored to face the Undertaker at WrestleMania 31, WWE is continuing a trend of booking similarly strange or supernatural characters against one another. It's a formula for disaster. One of the most common mistakes WWE fans make is to assume that similar characters make for a dream feud against each other. This couldn't be any farther from the truth, especially when it comes to unique, dark characters like Wyatt and the Undertaker. Once pitted against each other to resolve a conflict, the premise becomes even stranger ...

WWE News: Backstage News on Roman Reigns’ WrestleMania Plans

Posted by Elliott Binks On December - 20 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
There’s an old adage that still holds true in the world of professional wrestling: You lose on your way out. To quote Vince McMahon, it’s a time-honoured tradition—the perfect way to give back to the business. A whole host of legends have followed this mantra, including Stone Cold Steve Austin, the “Nature Boy” Ric Flair and the “Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels. But after last year’s WrestleMania shock, could the Undertaker be the latest name to be added to that star-studded list? With doubts lingering over the Deadman’s future, many see his loss to Brock Lesnar—and the resultant shattering of his 21-0 WrestleMania Streak—as ‘Taker’s ...

WWE Programming’s Best Match for Week of December 20

Posted by Brad Jones On December - 20 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
With a live SmackDown on Tuesday and the annual Tribute to the Troops event on Wednesday, there was much more WWE programming this week than last. That typically wouldn't suggest an increase in quality, but we did see several worthwhile matches across the board. Of course, the competitors involved are largely the usual suspects. There are a group of wrestlers on the main roster who seem to have settled into workhorse roles. These are the competitors who can be relied upon to put on a great match—and they're doing so on a weekly basis.   Honourable Mentions The best thing to come out of Tribute to ...
Ring Rust Radio is the best wrestling show on the airwaves, and this week was no different. With strong opinions on WWE TLC, Brock Lesnar and more, this is where you need to go to get all of your weekly WWE nuggets. Bleacher Report featured columnists Mike Chiari, Donald Wood and Brandon Galvin give the lowdown on everything going on in the wrestling world. With another unpredictable episode of Ring Rust Radio in the books, you can't afford to miss another second of the action. Catch us live every Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET (some language NSFW) or follow us on Twitter @RingRustRadio. We may just read your questions and comments ...
If you watched the second season of WWE NXT, you probably asked what WWE ever saw in Titus O'Neil to ever sign him to a contract. He was nothing short of horrible on that show. But O'Neil returned for NXT Redemption, and it appeared he had made strides to improve since the last time he was on television. After proving himself on that show, O'Neil was called up to the main roster along with Darren Young in a somewhat surprising move. The two made up a tag team known as the Prime Time Players. Together, O'Neil and Young had plenty of success in the tag team division, becoming very ...
After NXT killed it on their latest live special last week, it was WWE's turn to try to top them. It didn't happen. TLC saw wrestlers like Dolph Ziggler put their bodies through hell to entertain the fans. The result was a spot-heavy show that entertained but didn't resonate as deeply as NXT Takeover: R Evolution. Blame part of that on a campy ending to the main event where Dean Ambrose had to wonder if Tex Avery had taken over for Vince McMahon. The rest of the week was up and down. Raw didn't take the baton that TLC handed it. SmackDown, on ...
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, you’ll know that NXT is one of the hottest wrestling shows around right now. That much was confirmed just over a week ago when the WWE’s developmental territory set the wrestling world alight with its hugely successful NXT Takeover: R Evolution show. The night saw the debut of Kevin Owens, the rise of Finn Balor and his awesome new body paint and an epic main event between Adrian Neville and Sami Zayn, in which Zayn found redemption by finally winning the NXT Championship. But it wasn’t just the names involved that made ...
The swinging of, climbing up and falling off ladders that Superstars did at TLC led to some of the best WWE-related social media of the week. Ambrose felt right at home in the chaos that was his TLC match, as we saw on Instagram. Ziggler shared his thoughts with fans via Twitter after he won back the Intercontinental Championship. A fearful manager, The Rock's trash-talking skills and Steve Austin doing his best Jim Ross impression added to the week's collection of social media hits. We begin, though, in the waiting room of a psychologist's office. That's where WWE set its amusing ad to ...
If Roman Reigns is the next John Cena, it’ll certainly sound like it in Philadelphia. Through one week of WWE programming since making his return at WWE TLC, WWE has made no bones about Reigns being the lights-out favorite to win the Royal Rumble. Reigns has been fed Fandango, and on multiple occasions he stood toe-to-toe with the Big Show, who he will likely beat in a future one-on-one match. Reigns remains the only WWE Superstar officially entered in the Royal Rumble match. He received the fanfare of announcing his participation the same way a presidential candidate accepts his party’s nomination. Many vocal ...
With WWE fans still aglow after NXT Takeover: R Evolution, Kevin Owens and Adrian Neville gave them more reasons to be psyched for the future. An edition of NXT short on matches saw those two top prospects prove just how far they are ahead of the pack. Below them, in-progress talents like Baron Corbin remain uncertainties. One can project big things for them, but it takes no clairvoyance to see that Owens and Neville are destined for superstardom. Over in the Divas division, Becky Lynch and Bayley both impressed in a match against each other. They strive to make the same upward movement as the ...

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