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WWE Superstar Power Rankings for Week of Jan. 19

Posted by Alfred Konuwa On January - 19 - 2017
With the Jan. 29 Royal Rumble in San Antonio on the horizon, the WWE Superstar power rankings will be an ever-changing organism as WWE presents a handful of wrestlers as legit candidates to win the PPV's namesake match. Thus far, names like Baron Corbin and Braun Strowman have been made to look strong, while Roman Reigns has received the short end of the stick in recent weeks of feuding with Kevin Owens. Though The Undertaker stands out as a semi-strong favorite, it's anybody's guess who will win the Rumble this year with such a star-studded field. To be honest, there's a good ...
This past week, WWE announced that it would induct Kurt Angle into its Hall of Fame in another seven-day stretch that was filled with headlines. As one legend will be celebrated through April, another will be celebrated posthumously after the death of '80s wrestling star Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka. With Monday Night Football out of the way, WrestleMania season is on the horizon, while the NFL season is coming to a dramatic conclusion. WWE is quickly gaining momentum as the always lucrative casual viewing audience seeks alternatives.  As a result, WWE's many headlines and storylines both in and out of the ring will reach more people than at ...

The Case for AJ Styles to Retain WWE Championship Through WrestleMania 33

Posted by Alfred Konuwa On January - 14 - 2017
It's January 2017, and AJ Styles season is still in full effect. And while every independent wrestling publication with a niche, male following showers him with well-deserved "wrestler of the year" awards, WrestleMania season may prove to be the biggest test to his current position atop the SmackDown Live roster. The returns of The Undertaker, John Cena, Goldberg, Brock Lesnar, (likely) Triple H and others will not only make it difficult for Styles to stand out, but it could also push him out of a potential WWE Championship match at WrestleMania 33. With a WWE Championship match against Cena at ...
The Royal Rumble match serves many different purposes in WWE. Surprise appearances and returns? Check. Nostalgic comfort food? Check. An all-out brawl that mixes and matches strange bedfellows while teasing potential feuds and alliances? Check. Another Shield reunion? God, let's hope not. But one of the most important devices of the Royal Rumble match is to further existing feuds. Each year, ongoing tensions translate into eliminations, as rivalries are taken to the next level when one individual costs another an opportunity to main-event WrestleMania. This is the unheralded value of the Royal Rumble match that, if done correctly, can set ...

WWE’s Most Controversial and Shocking Stories for the Week of January 9

Posted by Alfred Konuwa On January - 12 - 2017
It isn't WrestleMania season without a scandal or two to end the second week of the new year, and WWE has plenty of them. From Ryback calling out John Cena to Cena seemingly calling upon Kenny Omega, several stories generated thousands of comments on social media and, more importantly, created buzz around WWE. As the Royal Rumble approaches on Jan. 29, a possible second victory for The Undertaker could set up a very interesting WrestleMania main event, but with Mick Foley's hip surgery seemingly on the horizon, will the hardcore legend even be part of the festivities? Begin Slideshow

WWE’s Most Controversial and Shocking Stories for the Week of Jan. 5

Posted by Alfred Konuwa On January - 5 - 2017
The first week of the new year also means we're on the road to the Royal Rumble on Jan. 29, and WWE has no shortage of entertaining, controversial and downright bizarre stories. New programs on the WWE Network raised a few eyebrows, while The Miz’s continued dissension with the entire SmackDown brand could end in his departure. And in a week where Goldberg and Roman Reigns stood in the same ring for the first time, WWE has officially kicked off WrestleMania season.Begin Slideshow

John Cena, The Undertaker, The New Day and More from the Year-End Mailbag

Posted by Alfred Konuwa On December - 29 - 2016
As 2016 draws to a close, many people around the world are ready to move on. In the negative landscape of social media, 2016 has been deemed a cursed year and will likely be remembered for a slew of high-profile celebrity deaths—including beloved pro wrestlers like Chyna, Balls Mahoney and Axl Rotten—and easily the most polarizing election in United States history. 2016 also had its ups and downs in WWE, and as the company continues to struggle to create new stars, it may finally be on to something with the brand split, which has created opportunities for up-and-comers. Many are looking ...

WWE Superstar Rankings Following December 26 Raw

Posted by Alfred Konuwa On December - 27 - 2016
After a hit-or-miss pay-per-view and a series of above-average episodes of Raw, the power rankings have seen a drastic shake-up since my previous edition. Braun Strowman continues his tear as an unstoppable monster, while The Miz continues to stand out as an unstoppable heel. Cesaro and Sheamus have figured out The New Day, while Charlotte continues to help rewrite women's wrestling. As an unpredictable Royal Rumble approaches, everybody on this list has a serious chance of winning at the moment.Begin Slideshow

Royal Rumble, Braun Strowman, Baron Corbin and More from the 2016 Mailbag

Posted by Alfred Konuwa On December - 23 - 2016
It's Royal Rumble season, and nobody knows who's going to win. Despite being early favorites, Goldberg and Brock Lesnar will likely cancel each other out, so it's anybody's guess as to who is going to punch his ticket to WrestleMania. If the Royal Rumble was held one month earlier, James Ellsworth could have been a legit favorite. Seriously. But now's the perfect time for WWE to elevate a promising young star with a big win in January.                  Braun or Baron?  I don't normally do this, but this is a legit push—pun intended. Both Braun Strowman and Baron ...
At WWE Roadblock: End of the Line, Charlotte Flair and Sasha Banks were set up to steal the show. Raw aired a clever and dramatic video package that used the theme of their match to describe their rivalry—iron sharpens iron. Despite a heated feud that has resulted in several title changes since the brand extension, Flair and Banks worked together to acknowledge one another as worthy foes in a move that helped sell this match. "Everyone has one person who they're eternally bound to," said Banks. "...a person who elevates you to to a whole different level," Flair continued. The statements could have doubled ...