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WWE SmackDown opened with John Laurinaitis and David Otunga in the ring. Big Johnny was going to prove why he deserved to be the sole general manager and booked a cage match for the United States Championship. I was pleasantly surprised that this was short and to the point. Most opening segments in WWE last 20 minutes, but this was about a minute long. Right to a match—I like that!   Santino Marella vs. Jack Swagger: Cage Match for the United States Championship Santino retained his title after Vickie Guerrero accidently smashed the door into Swagger’s head. I was expecting ...

WWE/TNA: My Top 10 Moments of the Week (Feb. 6-10)

Posted by Kyle Schadler On February - 11 - 2012
Another week of professional wrestling has ended and it was quite the step down from last week. Monday Night Raw was a huge letdown. The show was an overall disappointment coming off from the great show they had last week. TNA’s Impact Wrestling emanated from London, England once again and they had a great show. TNA has been on a roll lately and I hope that they can keep it up. Friday Night SmackDown was a decent show. It wasn’t as good as last week, but it was certainly better than Raw. Overall, I have to give this week to ...

WWE/TNA: My Top 10 Moments of the Week (Jan. 8-13)

Posted by Kyle Schadler On January - 14 - 2012
Another week of wrestling has come to an end. I got to say, I thought this was a weak week for WWE and TNA. Raw was lackluster and overall disappointing. SmackDown was better than last week, but still wasn't the greatest. TNA Impact Wrestling put on a good show, but it wasn’t as good as last week. Even TNA’s pay-per-view, Genesis, last Sunday was not as good as expected. I was barely able to come up with 10 moments I enjoyed this week, but I did come up with them nonetheless. Here are my top 10 moments of the week.Begin ...

WWE/TNA Recap: My Top 10 Moments of the Week (12/5-12/9)

Posted by Kyle Schadler On December - 10 - 2011
While I felt that last week was a bit weak, this week was a good one to be a wrestling fan. We had great action on Raw, SmackDown and Impact Wrestling, as well as some good in-ring promos that advanced their storylines nicely. Not everything can be picked, though. So here are my top 10 moments of the week!Begin Slideshow

TNA Turning Point: Predicting the Winners

Posted by Kyle Schadler On November - 12 - 2011
Tomorrow night is TNA’s latest pay-per-view, Turning Point.Coming off the heels of a great PPV in Bound for Glory and some very good weeks of Impact Wrestling, this show should not disappoint.With nine matches and five out of their six titles on the line, TNA Turning Point is looking like a great show.So let’s get started!Begin Slideshow

TNA No Surrender: Predicting the Winners

Posted by Kyle Schadler On September - 10 - 2011
Tomorrow night the road to Bound for Glory continues with No Surrender. With eight matches, and the potential for a ninth, the pay-per-view looks very promising.After months of matches, we will finally find out who will win the Bound for Glory Series as the final four battle it out to become the No.1 contender for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. Out of the six titles in TNA, four of them are on the line tomorrow night in what should all be good matches.Here’s the card for the show and whom I think will win.Begin Slideshow
Last night’s episode of Impact Wrestling was the go-home show before No Surrender. The past few weeks of TNA have been good, and while most were probably watching the NFL last night, I was in a certain amount of suspense for the show. The biggest question going into the show was what Jeff Hardy was going to say. Would he beg for forgiveness or tell us all to mind our own business? Here’s what happened. The show opened with Mr. Anderson. He admitted that joining Immortal was a bad idea and said that if Immortal hated him before, they’re really ...

WWE: Batista and 12 Other Stars I’d Like to See Return

Posted by Kyle Schadler On August - 20 - 2011
There have been reports going around that WWE wants to bring back some former superstars in an attempt to bring back the viewers they have lost over the years.  Kevin Nash seems to be the start of that.To a certain degree, I think that’s a great idea. WWE fans of the past will get excited to see their favorite superstar make a return, even if it’s for one final run. At the same time, though, bringing back former stars takes away from the current crop of young, talented superstars.WWE has a tendency to do that anyway so I guess it doesn’t really ...

WWE SummerSlam 2011: Predicting the Biggest Show of the Summer

Posted by Kyle Schadler On August - 13 - 2011
WWE’s biggest show of the summer is upon us. To me, though, it doesn’t feel very big. SummerSlam is supposed to be WWE’s second biggest show but this year has fewer matches then recent Slams. Over the past ten years, the big summer show has seen between 6-10 matches. While this year it is currently at five, which isn’t necessarily bad but it’s a low number for such a big show. Why such a low number? I think it’s because of the WWE Title match. All the hype for the show has been behind Punk/Cena, and the other matches have ...

TNA Hardcore Justice: Predicting the Winners

Posted by Kyle Schadler On August - 6 - 2011
TNA Hardcore Justice is tomorrow night with nine matches, TNA once again has the potential to have a great show. Their past two pay-per-views were shining examples of great wrestling and were overall phenomenal shows.Slammiversary and Destination X blew anything WWE did out of the water, but then WWE answered with the greatness that was Money in the Bank. TNA certainly has some big competition this month in SummerSlam, but if this summer is any indication, TNA will not disappoint with this show.So here’s what’s on the card and who I think will win.Begin Slideshow