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15 WWE Superstars To Look Out for in 2011

Posted by Joe Kirshenbaum On December - 29 - 2010
Every year, there's a new group of wrestlers to emerge within the ranks of WWE.   In the past year, they have lost Shawn Michaels, Batista, and Chris Jericho, and who knows how many years guys like Kane, Undertaker, Triple H, Big Show, Rey Mysterio, etc. have left?  Who will take their spots? In 2010, we saw guys like Sheamus, Jack Swagger and The Miz rise to the top, with more waiting in the wings.  This is the list of 15 wrestlers to look out ...

WWE Needs Y2J: Why Chris Jericho Is Truly The Best In The World at What He Does

Posted by Joe Kirshenbaum On September - 11 - 2010
With Chris Jericho's contract expiring after Night of Champions with no deal reached, there are a lot of questions about him leaving.  This is something WWE cannot let happen, as he is too valuable.  Here are 10 reasons why he is the MVP of the WWE: 1. He's the ultimate total package, putting him on another level of everyone else in the business.  In every facet of the business, be it in ring ability, mic skills, charisma, or anything else, he's one of the best.  The only guy in the WWE at the moment that comes close to being the performer he is ...

Is WWE Doing WrestleMania Right?

Posted by Joe Kirshenbaum On February - 25 - 2010
As the final pay per view prior to WrestleMania, the February pay per view, be it Elimination Chamber, No Way Out, or Even St. Valentine's Day Massacre, it is one that must be approached much differently than any other.  Like any other pay per view, they must try to make it an appealing one to buy and put together a quality show (something they fail a lot nowadays, but still their objective), but for this one, it's the No. 2 priority.  For this one, it's primary focus is one thing: to try to set everything up for WrestleMania. At times, they have failed.  ...

A Look at WWE Pay-Per-View Changes

Posted by Joe Kirshenbaum On February - 20 - 2010
Due to a drop in pay per view buyrates, WWE has been making drastic changes to the pay per views.  The results remain to be seen, which will be covered in this article, but first we have to look at how it evolved to this. The first WWF pay per view, the Wrestling Classic, took place on Nov. 7, 1985.  It was a precursor to the King of the Ring, a one night 16 man tournament, which made it a gimmick pay per view.  The big five were later formed, as with WrestleMania's move to pay per view in 1986, the debut ...

Booking WrestleMania XXVI

Posted by Joe Kirshenbaum On February - 20 - 2010
With Elimination Chamber this Sunday, the Road to Wrestlemania is now in full force.  At this point, all that matters is putting together the best card possible at University of Phoenix Stadium on March 28. And while for the most part, everything has been set in motion, there's still various things here and there that can be tweaked, a few holes to fill in.  The tweakings, the holes, and the buildup can make the difference between an amazing WrestleMania and a lackluster one.  So here's my card, why it should be done, and how I would set it up.   World Heavyweight Championship: Chris ...