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I recently had the opportunity to sit in on an interview on PerfectPlex Radio with the artist formerly known as Ahmed Johnson, Tony Norris, that was conducted by Mike Knoxxx, Chris “Spotface” McClain and Chad Rivera. To say that Norris let it all hang out would be the understatement of the century.Norris, who rarely does interviews, spoke candidly on a plethora of topics, including his thoughts on Shawn Michaels, Vince McMahon, HHH, why he never became world champ and the alleged racism he encountered while he worked in WWE. Norris contends that Vince McMahon is a racist “from the ...

The Rock Proved That Not Every Great Promo Has to Be a Pipe Bomb

Posted by Kris EazAy On January - 8 - 2013
I, like many of you, thought the promo battle last night between the Rock and CM Punk was epic. I thought that both men delivered on the microphone and both men played to their strengths. I actually thought that one interaction between the two of them was better than all of the Rock/Cena promos combined. However, this morning, I woke up to a firestorm of Internet wrestling fans that are either brain dead or have their heads up their butts. The sad thing is that it's not even most Internet fans. Just a very small, ...
The Money in the Bank match is supposed to propel a superstar into the next phase of their career as a main eventer, much like the King of the Ring or the Royal Rumble. However, when one examines the list of past MITB winners, there are a great deal of superstars whose careers have remained stagnant or they are actually worse off than they were before. In theory, the concept of the Money in the Bank is good. A person has to crawl and scratch their way to a brief case hung high above the ring and ...
The WWE changing the character of a wrestler is certainly nothing new.  Eddie Fatu made his wrestling debut in the forgettable tag team Three Minute Warning, whose claim to fame was being Eric Bischoff’s hired muscle, only to re-emerge months later as the savage Samoan beast Umaga.Dustin Rhodes began his career as “The Natural” Dustin Rhodes, but found greater success in WWE as Goldust. Neither Fatu nor Rhodes, however, dealt with what Lord Tensai is dealing with right now, and that is the fans constantly reminding him of his old gimmicks. Consider this. Three-minute warning had only a year run ...

3-3-11? You’re Freaking Kidding Me, Right?

Posted by Kris EazAy On February - 25 - 2011
**Note to reader: This article contains “spoilers”, and I use that term very loosely, because if you know TNA, you should have been able to see this coming from a gazillion miles away.** TNA has once again out TNA’d themselves with this very lackluster announcement of 3-3-11, an obvious play on WWE’s 2 21 11 promoting the return of Undertaker (which was originally thought to be Sting). Last week, TNA released a statement that read, and I quote (Michael Cole voice): “THIS THURSDAY, DON'T MISS THE FINAL MOMENTS OF IMPACT FOR THE MOST SHOCKING SURPRISE OF THE YEAR - GUARANTEED!!!” And on last night’s ...

TNA: Turn, Baby, Turn

Posted by Kris EazAy On November - 23 - 2010
Hulk Hogan, Eric Bischoff, Rhino, Brother Ray, Douglas Williams, Matt Morgan, Abyss, Jeff Jarrett, Generation Me, Sting, and the anti-Christ of professional wrestling, Jeff Hardy; what do they have in common? These are all men who within a six-week span have switched over from darkness to light, or from light to darkness. It begs the question; Why have there been so many face/heel turns in TNA in such a short period of time?  Is it for shock value? Are they expecting an increase in ratings? Do the bookers even realize there have been so many turns? I believe the answers to these questions ...

TNA: 8 Changes That Need to Be Made This Decade

Posted by Kris EazAy On November - 7 - 2010
Last week, I wrote about WWE and the 8 changes that the company needs to make moving forward into the decade. This week I'm writing about TNA, and I have to admit that it was extremely hard to narrow down my TNA list to just eight. TNA has certainly had their fair share of ups and downs this year. Their extremely hyped move to Monday nights turned out to be a complete bust, and in the process, they lost a sizable chunk of their audience. TNA made many mistakes in their move to Monday, but rather than hark over the past, I ...

PART 1: 8 Changes That Need to Be Made In WWE This Decade

Posted by Kris EazAy On November - 4 - 2010
With Linda McMahon's recent senate loss, every die-hard wrestling fan seems to be under the belief that WWE will revert back to a TV 14 format over their current PG format. I seriously doubt that will happen.   The WWE is a publicly traded company that, for the greater part of the last 2 years, has positioned itself as a PG show.  For them to just up and go back to TV 14 would hurt them greatly as far as sponsors of their programming is concerned, and it could also be a PR nightmare. Even if they did decide to ...