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Archive for July, 2009

WWE SmackDown Rebound: Straight Edge By Any Means Necessary

Posted by Ron Johnson On July - 31 - 2009
Following a recap of this past Sunday’s Night of Champions’ World Heavyweight Championship Match, SmackDown goes live to a raucous crowd in Ray Lewis’s backyard of Baltimore. All of a sudden, the new World Heavyweight Champion, Jeff Hardy, makes his much anticipated arrival to the ring. Hardy starts off by saying that he is a free spirit, he has beaten his own drum and the only drug he’s on now is being World Champion. He then focuses on the future…mainly CM Punk’s rematch and his title defense against John Morrison tonight. As Hardy prepares to leave the ring, Cryme Tyme heads down to ...
When it comes to the development of storylines and pushes for young professional wrestlers, there is a man who is usually draws the ire of many. That man is Paul Levesque, also known as Triple H. All throughout the Internet wrestling community you tend to read about how Triple H slept his way to the top. That is a fallacy in my eyes. Yes, he is Vince McMahon's son-in-law, but he was a champion prior to his nuptials. Nonetheless, if there is a chance to cry "foul" about someone's development within the WWE, Triple H is the man behind it. ...
What does it take for a superstar to get noticed by the booker? Is it exceptional in-ring skill or the ear deafening pops or boos the performer accumulates over a certain period of time? Is it the success of a gimmick that puts the management on notice? Or is it the rising merchandise sales of said performer which raises both his stock and importance in the company? Perhaps, it is because of all of the above. There is a pecking order; there has always been one in companies where importance is given mostly to the top talent in the company—main-eventers. The evidence is before ...
Kurt Angle is a 13 time World Champion and an Olympic Gold Medalist. He is one of the best wrestlers we have seen, and one of the best currently. Needless to say, to keep him on your roster, you need to keep him happy. This is something TNA has not been able to do over the past year, and it may just cost them. Over the past year TNA has given him the best storylines on top of the many titles he has won. They have tried to satisfy him, yet no success. He is unhappy there, which is making you ...

CvC Wild Card: Stephanie McMahon Is the Greatest. Ever. [Humor]

Posted by Vitamin D On July - 31 - 2009
What’s this?  A late entry?  Yes!  Bleacher Creatures, behold the genius of the argument I bring to the table, and despair!   In yesterday’s and today’s world of Professional Wrestling for both men and women, a shot at a Championship, carving out a legend for one’s self, or even merely getting over with the fans called for untold amounts of hard work, blood, sweat, and self-sacrifice.  In short, a wrestler would have to pay their dues.   So talented, so skilled, so brilliant, and so…entitled is today’s subject, that her legend wasn’t merely the result of hard work, but rather a matter of preordained ...

Man-Up TNA: Turmoil-Not-Action

Posted by Daris Brown On July - 31 - 2009
Right now should be the most exciting time in TNA's young history. Unfortunately for them, and the fans, it's also the most turbulent time as well. It's almost seems as though this organization is blessed with a curse. But I'm not here to point fingers, I'd much rather help solve the problems. So it's time to Man-Up TNA, let's knock a couple of these out shall we. Two Many Stars: I'd never thought I'd say that having too many top superstars come to TNA would be a bad thing, but in this case it is. Two too many to be exact. TNA got a ...
There has been a lot of talk recently about the WWE's refusal to push younger talent as they continue to allow the established veterans dominate the main-event scene. Much criticism has been brought upon the creative direction as Randy Orton, Triple H, and John Cena (among others) have continued to feud with one another while the likes of MVP, John Morrison, and Dolph Ziggler have been stuck within the mid-card circle. So I bring forth the next logical question. Is that really such a bad thing? While I can understand the public's thirst for new material, there has to be a number of qualifiers ...
WWE is known for incredible superstars and their characters. Who could forget Undertaker crucifying Steve Austin, or Kane setting Jim Ross on fire? Those were the good ol' days of wrestling when everything was just dandy. Now we are presently in the PG era as everyone knows, and certain WWE characters are quite stale because of this.   1.Triple H We all know what The Game can do. He is ruthless and completely dominant, but nowadays, he's just plain boring. Triple H used to be so controversial, doing whatever he damn well pleased. Not saying he doesn't now, but there are many limits on his ...

Midget Wrestling: Entertainment or Brutal Exploitation?

Posted by Gilligan Henry Dorpfeld On July - 30 - 2009
One subject that I rarely see discussed on this site is the topic of Midget Wrestling. I was wondering why I rarely see any mention of little people, with the exception of a few off-color Hornswoggle jokes from time to time, of course. The word "midget," itself, is now widely considered to be a racist term that is generally looked upon as being degrading to "little people" (the, newer, more politically correct term used for wee folk these days).  For years Midget Wrestling was a permanent fixture as a sideshow of the WWF (now WWE) and featured a variety of midget wrestlers ...

TNA iMPACT Slamback: TNA Gets Bleacher Report’s Message!

Posted by Ron Johnson On July - 30 - 2009
Even though I said that I wasn’t going to write another Slamback article, I decided that since everyone in the PW Section is on strike, I’ll work it. Before the program, Angle is rallying his troops after they were flat-out embarrassed by Bobby Lashley last week. With that, TNA’s monumental 200th Episode hits the air waves with a look back at its most influential moments. Following the highlights, the show goes live with the arrival of the Main Event Mafia, led by TNA World Champion Kurt Angle. Angle makes it clear that he is not happy with Lashley’s decision to not join ...

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