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WWE Extreme Rules: Ten Things We Learned

Posted by Jeremiah Graves On April - 26 - 2010
After every WWE pay-per-view event, we’re supposed to be left with a feeling of satisfaction; as if all of our questions and concerns have been answered by the events that unfolded at the pay-per-view. Unfortunately, this is rarely the case. All too often, we are left with more new questions than answers. Sunday night’s Extreme Rules was no exception. Following the event there are plenty of important questions to be asked, but there is no doubt we learned plenty of things at the event as well. Without any further ado, here are the ten things we learned at WWE’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view.Begin Slideshow

Sheamus: Too Much, Too Soon

Posted by Jeremiah Graves On December - 8 - 2009
Not like this.   It just can’t happen like this.   The WWE is completely botching the push of Sheamus.   I’ve made it clear in the past how I feel about the WWE’s initial build of Sheamus, and I still hold the same feelings.   The company has done nothing to adequately build Sheamus as a main event talent, and—aside from one cheap-shot and bodyslam—we’ve seen him show nothing in the ring against John Cena.   I’ve got absolutely no problem with the WWE pushing new talent.   I ranted and raved about the direction the company took with Kofi Kingston, and I am a converted fan of the way CM ...

CM Punk’s Cult-Like Crusade

Posted by Jeremiah Graves On November - 30 - 2009
CM Punk is NOT wasting away.   Despite what many fans and critics have said lately—myself included—the WWE appears to know exactly what they’re doing with CM Punk.   In my Survivor Series recap, I stated that I felt his talent was being wasted in subpar midcard feuds with the likes of R-Truth and referees.   I’ve since been involved in many conversations regarding Punk’s future direction, and I’ve found myself repeating the same dream scenario for Punk.   I want Punk to become a cult leader.   His recent ranting and raving on Smackdown has him coming off as preacher of sorts and, logically, the next step should be to acquire ...

WWE Survivor Series: Five Things We Learned

Posted by Jeremiah Graves On November - 23 - 2009
At the end of every pay-per-view, we are left with many questions and few answers. However, last night at Survivor Series—in a rare change of pace—we were left with plenty of definitive answers. Sure, there are plenty of questions we can still ask: Who’s next in line for Undertaker’s title? Will JeriShow be able to co-exist as partners? Is Rey Mysterio ever going to be the same? Why do they still book awful women’s matches? The list could go on and on, but questions notwithstanding, here’s a look at five things we learned at last night’s Survivor Series. Begin Slideshow

Time for a Change: A Call to Reinstate the Cruiserweight Championship

Posted by Jeremiah Graves On November - 7 - 2009
Enough is enough and it’s time for a change.   Longtime wrestling fans may remember that as Owen Hart’s catchphrase, which is appropriate given today’s topic—the defunct Cruiserweight Championship.   Hart was an incredible wrestler who could take to the air with the best of them and, in a day when aerial maneuvers were still in their infancy stages in the United States, he was a man ahead of the times.   If the Cruiserweight gold had been around during Hart’s tenure with the WWE, he no doubt would have been a multi-time champion. Unfortunately, he never got that opportunity and, sadly, neither will many of ...

William Regal: WWE’s Most Misused and Underappreciated Heel

Posted by Jeremiah Graves On November - 4 - 2009
William Regal deserves better.   That phrase may be a tough pill to swallow when you consider he has held more than 60 championships worldwide. An impressive 19 of those title wins took place in either WCW or WWE.   Additionally, the brawling Brit is one of a select few to win the coveted King of the Ring tournament, generally an honor only given to up-and-coming superstars that the WWE has handpicked for greatness.   Despite all that, William Regal deserves better.   You may be asking why he deserves better, and the answer is a simple one: Regal is currently plying his trade in the depths of ...

Sheamus the Destroyer: Right Idea, Wrong Execution for WWE

Posted by Jeremiah Graves On November - 3 - 2009
Sheamus is supposed to be a monster heel.   I get it. We all get it.   I’m just not buying it…yet.   There’s no denying that “The Celtic Warrior” has a very unique look and a powerful arsenal of moves.   Additionally, he’s the newest member of the RAW roster and has made quite the impression during his first two weeks on the program.   In his short time on the flagship program, we’ve gotten a couple of good promos out of the Irish brawler and two violent squash matches over Jamie Noble.   What I haven’t seen is anything that really makes me care and that applies to his time ...

Great Scot: Roddy Piper to Host RAW

Posted by Jeremiah Graves On November - 2 - 2009
Rumors are circulating that “Rowdy” Roddy Piper has been asked to host an upcoming episode of RAW.   The rumors—largely spurred by a recent interview with Piper —state that he is in consideration to host the November 16 episode emanating from Madison Square Garden.   It is believed that Piper is currently the first runner-up for hosting duties that night, but many other internet dirt sheets are stating that recent TNA-signee, Hulk Hogan was the only person standing in his way.   Now that Hogan has signed with TNA he won’t be hosting RAW any time soon, so hopefully that completely clears the way for Piper ...

Despite Best Efforts, WWE’s Tag Division Remains on Life Support

Posted by Jeremiah Graves On October - 29 - 2009
WARNING: This article contains a spoiler regarding this week's Smackdown tapings.     Earlier this week, I discussed my displeasure with the WWE’s ill-advised decision to book Big Show against the Undertaker at Survivor Series.   According to spoiler reports I’ve read—NOTE: this is your official spoiler warning —this week on Smackdown, Chris Jericho will be inserted into the World Heavyweight Championship match.   I’ve got no problem with the decision to add Jericho to any main event, especially one that projected to be as boring as Undertaker versus Big Show. This does, however, continue to push the Unified Tag Team Titles to the backburner.   This will be ...

Big Show: The WWE’s Go-To Stepping Stone

Posted by Jeremiah Graves On October - 27 - 2009
It was announced on last night’s RAW that Big Show is the new number one contender for the Undertaker’s World Heavyweight Championship.   According to Show, he struck a deal with Smackdown General Manager Teddy Long prior to Sunday night’s Bragging Rights pay-per-view.   The deal was simple enough: if Big Show turned on the RAW squad and helped Smackdown win the inaugural Bragging Rights match, Long would name him the number one contender.   Big Show did his part and chokeslammed Kofi Kingston off of the top rope, leading to a win for the blue brand, and Long upheld his end of the bargain as ...