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Pushed to Punished: The Short-Lived Superstardom of Brian Kendrick in WWE

Posted by Graham GSM Matthews On February - 10 - 2016

In Pushed to Punished, I analyze the controversial careers of past and present WWE Superstars who were once in the good graces of management but ultimately met their downfalls for one reason or another. Brian Kendrick was a prime example of someone who never reached his full potential. Arriving on the WWE scene in 2003, Kendrick had a brief albeit memorable stint on SmackDown as Spanky before departing the company in early 2004. It wasn't until ...

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In Pushed to Punished, I analyze the controversial careers of past and present WWE Superstars who were once in the good graces of management but ultimately met their downfalls for one reason or another. Brian Kendrick was a prime example of someone who never reached his full potential. Arriving on the WWE scene in 2003, Kendrick had a brief albeit memorable stint on SmackDown as Spanky before departing the company in early 2004. It wasn't until he re-signed with WWE the following year that he started to show signs of one day becoming a promising singles star. Kendrick might be best known ...

John Cena’s 5 Biggest Career-Defining Matches With WWE

Posted by Erik Beaston On February - 10 - 2016ADD COMMENTS
There are certain matches in WWE history that one can look back at and recognize as the most defining of a given Superstar's brilliant career, and franchise star John Cena is no different. Throughout his Hall of Fame run, Cena has wrestled some of the best matches of the last 20 years, working with different wrestlers of varying sizes and styles. But a great match and a defining one are two different things. A defining match perfectly encapsulates everything about a character and the performer behind it. It may not necessarily be a five-star classic or an all-time great, but it is ...
Chris Jericho vs. AJ Styles in a rematch of their post-Royal Rumble bout headlined Tuesday night's WWE SmackDown tapings in Portland, Oregon, and thanks to our friends over at WrestlingInc.com, we have all the spoilers for you. With a large portion of the roster headed overseas for a tour of Germany, Jericho and Styles were leaned on heavily to carry the show, but they were hardly the only Superstars on hand for the show. The Dudley Boyz explained their actions from Monday's Raw, The Wyatt Family cut another menacing promo, and The Social Outcasts made their presence felt. With WWE still reeling following ...
A day after announcing his retirement from WWE on Monday, Superstar Daniel Bryan sat down with ESPN's Jonathan Coachman to discuss the role head and neck injuries played in his decision to call it quits. When asked how many concussions he believes he suffered over the course of his illustrious career, Bryan responded with a sobering sum. "Well, we've been able to document 10 concussions," Bryan said. "And as a lot of people who are familiar with concussions know, you can't document all of them." Bryan also said an electroencephalogram (EEG) measuring electrical brain currents revealed he had "some slowing" in addition to a ...
Not surprisingly, Daniel Bryan is dominating the WWE rumor mill following his retirement on Monday. Even rumblings of a potential Hulk Hogan return found themselves overshadowed by buzz about Bryan. Bryan laid out a number of answers during his farewell speech on Monday's Raw, but there are still some lingering questions. How did the rest of the WWE crew respond to word of his exit? Did Bryan try to force his way out of WWE before this announcement? A pair of backstage reports offers some insight into both items. Other stories making the rounds include WWE's reported plans for Shinsuke Nakamura and the latest word on ...
Even though concussions have forced Daniel Bryan from the ring, he can still contribute to WWE, still be a part of the art form he has long adored. The former WWE champion's expertise and charm, name power and experience are all valuable assets. If Bryan chooses to stick around the squared circle, he could better the company in a variety of ways. It's unfortunate that this conversation even needs to be had. Bryan is not yet 35 years old. He was arguably the best performer on WWE's roster. And the insanely popular star connected with fans like few ever have. But on Monday ...
With Fastlane 2016 now just two weeks away, WWE added more matches to the show's card on the Feb. 8 Raw. There are now four bouts scheduled for the event, with a title match and a tag match involving the Divas added to the mix. There are likely more matches to come, especially given how some big names like Kevin Owens and AJ Styles are not yet booked for the show. But for now, here's the updated match card and, where possible, the booking decisions that need to be made for each and every bout.Begin Slideshow

WWE Raw: Burning Questions to Address After February 8 Show

Posted by Erik Beaston On February - 9 - 2016ADD COMMENTS
The February 8 episode of WWE Raw may have been devoted to Daniel Bryan and his Hall of Fame-worthy career, but the burning questions that broadcast generated have nothing to do with the bearded Superstar. Instead, they revolve around a heel turn by one of the greatest tag teams to ever compete, its sneak attack on The Usos catapulting it back into relevancy after months of serving as the punching bag for The Wyatt Family. And what about the continued emergence of The Lunatic Fringe as the most popular babyface on the roster, his never-say-die attitude sparking a connection with the audience ...
Brock Lesnar and Dean Ambrose are volatile components creating an explosive chemical reaction that is bolstering the build to WWE Fastlane 2016's main event. The collisions between Lesnar and Ambrose have turned a Triple Threat No. 1 contender's match that looked to be doomed by predictability into something much more compelling. Their feud has grown from subplot to the top reason to tune in. That comes from their crackling chemistry and each man flourishing in his role. When WWE announced a few weeks back that Ambrose, Lesnar and Roman Reigns would battle it out at Fastlane for the right to face Triple H at WrestleMania, it felt ...

CM Punk and More React to Daniel Bryan’s Retirement

Posted by Mike Chiari On February - 9 - 2016ADD COMMENTS
Former WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan announced his retirement Monday night on Raw, which led to an outpouring of support from the world of professional wrestling and sports entertainment on social media. Perhaps chief among them was UFC's CM Punk. The five-time WWE world champion hasn't placed much emphasis on wrestling since leaving the company in 2014, but he posted this tweet as a sign of respect to the leader of the Yes Movement: Bryan and Punk battled each other in Ring of Honor years before making the move to WWE, and their friendly rivalry continued with a number of entertaining battles that ...

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