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WrestleMania 31: Marquee Matchups WWE Must Book to Keep New Era’s Momentum Alive

Posted by Chris Roling On April - 8 - 2014

A new era is upon fans now that WrestleMania XXX passed the torch from the old to the new. The next calendar year has to be filled with smart booking to keep the momentum alive, but WrestleMania 31 in Silicon Valley has to somehow surpass the instant classic that preceded it. How can next year's major event do so? By continuing to push the young talent on the roster to new heights. Here's an early look at some ...

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A new era is upon fans now that WrestleMania XXX passed the torch from the old to the new. The next calendar year has to be filled with smart booking to keep the momentum alive, but WrestleMania 31 in Silicon Valley has to somehow surpass the instant classic that preceded it. How can next year's major event do so? By continuing to push the young talent on the roster to new heights. Here's an early look at some of the biggest matches the card can feature to do just that.   AJ Lee vs. Paige for Divas Title The Divas division matters again.  Not that it didn't ...
Hulk Hogan isn't ready to hang his wrestling boots up just yet. The Hulkster admitted that he has one more match left in the tank, and John Cena would be his opponent of choice, per WrestlingInc.com's Raj Giri. Hogan is fresh off his hosting gig at WrestleMania 30, during which he had a rather minor role in the show. He gave a promo with The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin to begin the pay-per-view, and that was about it. He was reportedly prevented from doing any more. According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE did a physical examination of ...
CM who? The man was right about one thing above all else—he truly was just a spoke on the wheel. WrestleMania XXX went on without CM Punk, ushering in a new generation. So did the Raw the day after in what was arguably the best edition of WWE's flagship show over the past few years, if not longer. The passing-of-the-torch moment, once merely a myth reserved for the wishful thinkers of the bunch, has come full circle. Daniel Bryan is the WWE World Heavyweight champion. His fateful, albeit predictable, win on the Grandest Stage of Them All, paired with excellent booking decisions for ...
Raw ran wild in New Orleans and, as always, it did not disappoint. A white-hot show was defined by title changes, debuts, returns and unique chants in WWE’s annual reception to the wedding that is WrestleMania. Picking the biggest star from Monday’s three-hour show is a conversation that has no end. Paul Heyman cut the promo of his career, Bad News Barrett wrestled a rare match under his new gimmick—soaking in the adulation of a pro-Europe crowd—Paige captured the Divas championship in her debut and Bray Wyatt was both creepy and entertaining at the same time. The fans in attendance can just as ...
Losing the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania XXX may seem like a step back in Randy Orton's career, but it was actually the best thing that could have happened to The Viper. Orton initially won the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at TLC by defeating John Cena. Although he had to resort to handcuffing the leader of the Cenation, anything goes in a Tables, Ladders & Chairs match, and Orton left that bout looking strong. In the ensuing months, however, Orton was booked about as poorly as any world champion ever has been. Orton lost a non-title match to midcard talent Kofi ...
Well, that was something. Arguments about Brock Lesnar ending The Undertaker's streak that don't mean much yet (and won't until we find out the reasons for it) aside, WWE put together an amazingly booked WrestleMania weekend.  At WrestleMania and especially on Raw, new stars were shining all over the place.  Before we go more in-depth, let's quickly review what happened on Raw last night: Daniel Bryan was the clear top babyface, bookending the show. John Cena was relegated to a midcard kiddie babyface attraction spot.  His team (with Sheamus and Big E) lost cleanly to the Wyatt Family when Bray pinned Big E. Bo ...
The echo of Undertaker's loss at WrestleMania 30 was still ringing when Daniel Bryan celebrated the biggest moment of his career. The media and the fans both focused more on the end of The Streak than the start of Bryan's reign. As magical as Bryan's ride has been, there hasn't be a more shocking moment in WrestleMania history than Brock Lesnar pinning Undertaker. The significance of that result is greater than any title win. Bryan was a part of two stellar matches in New Orleans. He stood on center stage as a compelling drama played out, one that ended in a storm ...
From the solidification of The Shield as a babyface group in opposition with The Authority to the debuts of fresh new talent that will lead WWE into the future, the post-WrestleMania episode of Monday Night Raw was another major accomplishment for the company during a week of them. Triple H attempted to ruin Daniel Bryan's moment just 24 hours after he captured the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. With the help of Kane, Batista and Randy Orton, he almost succeeded. Almost. Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman had plenty to gloat about as they took to the ring to address Lesnar's improbable, shocking victory over ...

The Undertaker Is Done in WWE Following the End of The Streak

Posted by Sharon Glencross On April - 8 - 2014ADD COMMENTS
While you can never say never in the wrestling business, it strongly looks like The Undertaker is done as an in-ring performer following his hugely shocking loss to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XXX. The most obvious argument is that with The Streak now over, there really is no strong reason for him to keep wrestling. Let’s look at this. The Undertaker is 49 years old. He’s been plagued with various hip and knee injuries over the last decade. There are times over the past couple of years when he’s looked like he’s in genuine pain in the ring—probably because he was. In his personal ...
WrestleMania is often referred to as the Showcase of the Immortals. It is a show where only a wrestler's very best will cement his legacy—and only the best performances will see Superstars remembered in a positive fashion. And in general, there were some individual performances that really did deliver with a solid showing at WrestleMania 30. Obviously, Daniel Bryan falls into that category, but underrated performances such as those from Alberto Del Rio and Triple H also managed to catch the eye. However, for all of the good performances that were on show, there were some who disappointed with the work they ...

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