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WrestleMania XXVII: What I’d Like to See

Posted by Joe Hubbs On April - 1 - 2011
Don’t call these predictions, because they are just what I'd like to see happen. But if I was booking this event, as of now (lord knows I would’ve booked some things differently before now), here is where I would go with it (in order).   Sheamus v. Bryan The Match: I agree a lot with what Bret Hart said recently; this could definitely steal the show. Putting it on first might not be the best approach, but I don’t want Rey to jerk the curtain again, and it’s the only other match I would give this spot. So, let’s open things up with the ...

The Greatest Chamber Superstars in WWE History

Posted by Joe Hubbs On February - 16 - 2011
With the Elimination Chamber PPV set to air this weekend, 12 different participants will either be vying for Edge's World Heavyweight Championship or for the spot to face the WWE Champion at WrestleMania XXVII. Here is a ranking of the greatest chamber participants since its 2002 inception which may serve as a possible foreshadowing of things to come.Begin Slideshow

WWE Pay Per Views: My Problem With How WWE Books Some of Their Events

Posted by Joe Hubbs On February - 12 - 2011
I have been and likely always will be a WWE fan. As unfair as it is to say, there is probably little that the McMahons and Co. could do (that they would do) that would scare me away. This gives them very little accountability, which leads to problems. Here's one. There is a significant lack of buildup given to any match other than the top-tier championship matches and feature bouts on any given PPV card. We are a week away from the PPV that will lead us into WrestleMania and there are only THREE MATCHES ANNOUNCED! At least for this PPV that ...
In the mid-1900’s, the Undertaker was building what would become one of the most legendary careers in WWE history. To do so, he would feud with many of the significant heels during this time and maintain popularity for several years despite not wearing championship gold between 1991 and 1997.One of his biggest feuds was against the premier stable at the time, the Million Dollar Corporation, headed up by the man who brought the Undertaker to the WWE, Hall of Famer Ted Dibiase in a non-wrestling role.Let’s take another stroll down memory lane and check out their rivalry.Begin Slideshow

WWE: The Evolution of the Cage Match

Posted by Joe Hubbs On February - 11 - 2011
One of the most fan-appealing ways for wrestling superstars to settle a score is inside the confines of a steel cage. The match has changed much over the years, varying in structure, material, and stipulation. The popularity arguably has not.Many cages have been put forth, some standing the test of time and others, well... not so much. Here is a brief (and by no means exhaustive) overview of the cages that have housed some of wrestlings greatest moments.Begin Slideshow

WWE Raw: How To Reveal the Anonymous General Manager

Posted by Joe Hubbs On February - 5 - 2011
I don’t know who the Raw GM is and my biggest fear in the matter is that the WWE doesn’t know either. But I think the only person they can use and avoid a myriad of contradictions is Triple H. Here is why, and here’s how he could be revealed just in time for his rumored WrestleMania match with Sheamus. The anonymous Raw GM gimmick started in June of 2010. Triple H was last seen on camera in the WWE at Extreme Rules in April 2010. Since then, besides rehabilitating several injuries and showing up at a few live events off-camera, ...

WWE: How Can Lawler Win without Killing Miz’s Push?

Posted by Joe Hubbs On February - 4 - 2011
Like most of you, I was shocked at WWE's decision to give 61-year-old Jerry Lawler a shot at the WWE title during a pay-per-view event. His upcoming faceoff with The Miz for the strap could have disastrous consequences if not done well. I am sure WWE has a plan in place for this match; otherwise, they wouldn't have booked it. And I am almost certain that plan has to do with Lawler not winning the gold. But how about a plan for him to do so and not wipe away three months of work on The Miz's character? Here's how I would do it.   The ...
Triple H and The Rock will no doubt find themselves Hall of Fame bound, likely sooner rather than later.The Rock (along with Austin) led an explosion of the WWE into mainstream media during the attitude era.Triple H, while not as high profile outside of the wrestling world, carried the company as the top heel into the new millennium.Before either were main eventers, they rose to prominence in a tremendous undercard feud in the summer of 1998.Begin Slideshow
Jerry "The King" Lawler is heading into his FIRST EVER WWE Championship match headlining a Pay Per View event. As it stands, Lawler may have had the most disappointing, underachieving WWE Pay Per View matchography ever. Especially when you consider he is a Hall-of-Famer. Yes, I know he’s spent most of his time as a broadcaster. Yes, I know he had an exceptional pre-WWE career. But still, he cannot be satisfied with his WWE body of wrestling work.Begin Slideshow

WWE’s Last Men Standing: The Final Fours of the Royal Rumble

Posted by Joe Hubbs On January - 27 - 2011
With the 2011 WWE Royal Rumble right around the corner and the NCAA March Madness on the not-to-far-away horizon, I thought I would give us a look at those who have made Final Four appearances at the Royal Rumble since its inception in 1988. They may not have won it all (or they may have), but they got awfully close.Begin Slideshow