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Archive for September, 2016

Projecting Matt Hardy’s Role in the WWE Universe If Signed from TNA

Posted by Aaron Bower On September - 30 - 2016
With speculation rife about the future of Total Nonstop Action wrestling, it’s only natural some of the company’s bigger names get linked with a move to WWE. Only this week, TNA minority owner Billy Corgan confirmed on The Dan Le Batard Show (h/t ESPN.com's Brian Campbell) that WWE could be back in the running to buy TNA, and if it does, it effectively gives the company a pick of who it may want to incorporate into the active roster. One of those would surely be Matt Hardy, a man who continually reinvents himself and makes his character one of the most interesting on ...

Analyzing the Significance of WWE Live Events

Posted by Erik Beaston On September - 30 - 2016
In an age when so much emphasis is on the televised wrestling product, it is no wonder that fans have disregarded WWE live events. Without cameras to document the action, the action that unfolds before the thousands of fans in attendance is somehow deemed meaningless or inconsequential to the company. That cannot be further from the truth. The live-event experience is an invaluable one for fans, performers and management alike. On any given night, characters are molded into the finished product the audience will eventually enjoy on Monday and Tuesday nights. At live events, there is more creative freedom to incorporate inventive and ...

Kevin Owens vs. Seth Rollins: The Good, Bad and Ugly of Current WWE Feud

Posted by Ryan Dilbert On September - 30 - 2016
The Kevin Owens vs. Seth Rollins rivalry has stumbled early on, but the storyline isn't a sprint. WWE has time to straighten out the imbalanced narrative.  Rollins' hunt for the Universal Championship on Owens' shoulders has shown flashes of excellence. WWE would have a hard time finding two better in-ring performers. The mic work has been strong and will only get better. And in choosing these two men as Raw's headliners, the company is making it clear it is serious about all this New Era talk. Weak storytelling has held the feud back, though. That was most evident at the Clash of Champions pay-per-view ...

WWE No Mercy 2016: Best and Worst Booking Decisions in PPV’s History

Posted by Ryan Dilbert On September - 30 - 2016
Ahead of WWE No Mercy 2016, Vince McMahon and the creative team need to fire up the pay-per-view's archives, to relive the glory of Chris Jericho vs. Shawn Michaels and suffer through the agony of Rikishi vs. Steve Austin again. No Mercy's history is a clear indication of which plays to keep in the booking playbook and which ones to tear in half. Big wins work. So do bold moves that help propel Superstars. Veering off into the ridiculous, on the other hand, is a surefire road to failure. Hopefully, WWE keeps that in mind when drawing up a game plan for No Mercy on ...

Matt and Jeff Hardy Talk Bound for Glory, Possible TNA Sale and WWE

Posted by Donald Wood On September - 29 - 2016
On Sunday, Oct. 2, at the Bound for Glory 2016 pay-per-view, Broken Matt Hardy and Brother Nero Jeff Hardy will square off against The Decay for the TNA World Tag Team Championships in a match wrestling fans can’t wait to see. Led by the creativity of the Hardy brothers, the last several months of Impact Wrestling programming have been highlighted by the twisted and fantastically unique segments that have created a genuine buzz among hardcore and casual wrestling fans. In a recent interview promoting Sunday’s Bound for Glory PPV, the Hardy brothers spoke to Ring Rust Radio about TNA’s biggest event of ...

Cesaro vs. Sheamus and the Best WWE Matches for Week of Sept. 29

Posted by Ryan Dilbert On September - 29 - 2016
Sputtering climaxes held back a number of WWE bouts from reaching their peaks, most notably Cesaro vs. Sheamus at the Clash of Champions pay-per-view. Cesaro and The Celtic Warrior clobbered each other once more in what was supposed to be the final match of their best-of-seven series. The battle engaged, thrilled and wowed...until the end. WWE tagged a "to be continued..." at the end of a series finale when referees called off the action with no winner. The company has made a habit of scripting unsatisfying finishes to quality bouts. Kevin Owens vs. Seth Rollins at Clash of Champions would have been miles better ...

WWE Rumors: Buzz on Road to WWE No Mercy 2016 for Week of Sept. 29

Posted by Aaron Bower On September - 29 - 2016
WWE's next pay-per-view will see SmackDown attempt to continue its recent success when No Mercy airs on Oct. 9, but before that, there is plenty to discuss in the company. A worrying moment for one of the company's top stars at Clash of Champions casts doubt over his participation moving forward, although there is news emerging this week that will somewhat calm those worries. That, backstage talk about the company's biggest tag team and heat on an unlikely star feature in this week's rumor roundup.           Seth Rollins' Injury Status There has been concern heading out of Clash of Champions about ...
We won't know what Hideo Itami can be until his looming battle with Austin Aries. Is the kick-happy Superstar a WWE NXT headliner, a Cruiserweight Championship contender or something less impressive? Wednesday's NXT offered an inconclusive answer. Itami again looked fired up and focused in his latest match, this one a win over Raw cruiserweight Lince Dorado. But something remains missing. It's not clear what tier he belongs on. That will change when he takes on Aries, a former TNA world champion, in the bright lights of a TakeOver special with ample hype heading into the showdown. The collision with Aries will be an excellent ...

TNA, the Gift of Jericho and More from the Seller’s Market Mailbag

Posted by Alfred Konuwa On September - 29 - 2016
TNA is on fire. At least that's what recent headlines seem to suggest as the national promotion scrambles to find a new owner who can fund its hallmark pay-per-view. Sadly, the real-life drama surrounding TNA's possible extinction is its most interesting storyline in years.           Total Stop Action? TNA seems to be in more jeopardy than ever before, which is saying a lot. During a recent interview with Busted Open, current president Billy Corgan did not seem certain as to whether or not Bound For Glory, TNA's biggest pay-per-view, will happen. Corgan is currently seeking a majority share, and for TNA's ...
Unleashed on the world with a live microphone in hand, John Cena, The Miz and much of the WWE SmackDown roster have turned Talking Smack into a surprise success. The WWE Network's exclusive show doesn't sound like much on paper. Wrestlers fresh off slugging their rivals on SmackDown sit down at a desk and talk.  There are no moonsaults, no steel chair shots, no roundhouse kicks. Yet Tuesday nights after SmackDown have become a key part of the WWE schedule. Talking Smack feeds off chaos in a controlled environment. Controversy is the norm. And given freedom, a number of Superstars have produced some of their best work ...

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