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Archive for April, 2011

WWE Draft 2011 Results proved helpful for plenty of WWE Superstars While the draft certainly affects the stars who get called(unless you are John Cena) it can also affect people who don’t make a move at all. For everyone who leaves there is someone left behind to take their place or step up and prove themselves. For everyone who arrives they are looked at as being needed somewhere. So let’s take a look at some of the superstars who have a chance to come out winners from the WWE Draft. Christian – On one hand it appears Christian lost because ...

WWE News: Did John Morrison Bury The Miz In An Interview?

Posted by Adam Wells On April - 26 - 2011
Did John Morrison Bury The Miz In An Interview?Everyone has their opinion of the WWE championship reign of The Miz. Most of the opinions are negative because he has been portrayed as such a joke against the top guys – John Cena, Randy Orton and The Rock – and people can’t buy him as champion. Apparently, the fans aren’t the only ones who are in disbelief that Miz is champion. John Morrison, Miz’s former tag-team partner, said as much in an interview with the Miami Herald. “I think that is the thing that has made the John Morrison character turn ...
WWE Hall-of-Famer Stone Cold Steve Austin is one of the most iconic wrestlers in the history of the industry and now that he's back in with the company, hosting the newest incarnation of Tough Enough, he's used his Twitter feed to reach out to people about the show. Last night, after the latest episode, Austin tweeted a video, saying it was a bonus from the show. Well, that's not what you got if you clicked the link. What you got instead was Austin doing his own version of the Rick Roll. If I have to explain to you what a Rick Roll ...
Hey Bleachers! In case you missed it, Raw ended up on top last night as per usual, with them eventually regaining John Cena—much to the IWC’s dismay. But with SmackDown gaining three superstars, where does this leave them in terms of potential storylines? Will SmackDown suffer from not gaining John Cena? Or will it benefit by only gaining one main event superstar in Randy Orton? Only time will tell, of course, but I am here to give my two pennies worth on the whole situation. Randy Orton, in my opinion, is the perfect compromise. In my article preceding the draft, ...
To no one's surprise The 2011 WWE Draft kicked off with Smackdown receiving the first pick of the night and drafting the biggest money maker in the business, John Cena. Right off the bat Smackdown showed they weren't playing with kid gloves in the draft and were out for blood. It was that first pick that made me realize the obvious, RAW had everything to loose in the draft and very little to gain. The majority of the RAW roster is made up of established stars.  For starters you have Cena, Randy Orton, C.M. Punk, The Miz, Sin Cara (not a WWE vet ...

WWE Draft 2011: Results and Reaction to Monday Night’s Draft

Posted by Michael Cahill On April - 26 - 2011
By the end of Monday Night Raw, there was no joy. Only confusion mixed with a bit of anger. The WWE drafted John Cena, the face of the WWE, to SmackDown, only to draft him to RAW hours later. It’s the kind of move that makes you wonder if the WWE is ever looking at the big picture or if the present is the thing. Big-name movement has always been the name of the game with the WWE draft, but never like what they did with Cena. It felt like a pure manipulation of the viewers to spike ratings and ...
CM Punk is one of the Internet Wrestling Community's golden boys. Furthermore, It would not be objectionable to state that amongst 18- to 35-year-olds, CM Punk is one of the most popular wrestlers currently on the WWE roster. Since his sublime spell at the commentary desk and his programmes with John Cena and Randy Orton, CM Punk has been in fine form. Phil Brooks is one of the brightest shining young stars in the WWE today. But is he being overlooked? The results of this week's draft suggest that he may be. With the transfer of Alberto Del Rio from ...
This is just a short article to express my delight at the fact that Cody Rhodes was not drafted to Raw last night—and give you the reasons why it would have been a bad idea. Cody Rhodes has established himself as one of the best characters to come out of the WWE for a long time. His mask, accompanied by his hooded coat and eerie lighting, has given him an image the likes of which the WWE hasn’t seen for over seven years. When you match this to his skills on the microphone, you have a successful formula. His promos on SmackDown ...
In addition to all of the drafting that was done on Raw, we were treated to the third Awesome Kong promo. This one was so deliciously evil, as all of them have been, but it also revealed her new name when she officially makes her debut. Awesome Kong will be no more, and Kharma will reign supreme. We knew last week that WWE had filed a patent on the name Kharma, and one could reasonably assume that it was going to be for Awesome Kong. In this third promo, Kharma is still playing with a little barbie doll. Holding it in the ...
Last night was the annual WWE Draft, and, as is the case with any WWE event today, it was a very mixed bag. There were some good moves made and some not-so-good moves made.To be fair, though, you can't really judge a draft the day after it happens. You have to give the moves time and see where the storylines go. There was one move (well, technically it was two moves) that made me want to pull my hair out because it was completely stupid. John Cena was drafted to Smackdown with the first pick. Logic would tell you that ...

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