Preview – Extreme Rules

WWE’s latest pay-per-view event fails to whet the appetite as the last major event before 2018’s SummerSlam in Brooklyn. Team Hell No will strive for tag team glory for the first time in over five years and Bulgarian Brute Rusev also has his first chance at securing the WWE Championship against AJ Styles. Here is a short rundown of the card and what you can … Continue reading Preview – Extreme Rules

Do We Have A New SmackDown Six?

When someone says ‘SmackDown Six’, you may wonder what they mean if you are of the younger generation and don’t watch the WWE Network, however, they were a pivotal part of SmackDown history and it’s success and popularity during the early 2000s, laying the framework for the years to come. The initial idea was that of Paul Heyman, who had just taken control of SmackDown … Continue reading Do We Have A New SmackDown Six?

Is A WWE Women’s Tag Division Feasible?

With all this talk of Women’s Tag team Championships, mentioned by new SmackDown General Manager Paige in a recent tweet, I wanted to look at how this could be achieved, as in would it have to be dual branded or could there exist one on each brand? There is even the possibility that it would be brand exclusive and that Raw would then introduce another … Continue reading Is A WWE Women’s Tag Division Feasible?

June 2018: Full Wrestling Schedules for WWE, NJPW and more!

Wrestling never has an off-season, unlike most sports. Therefore, there is always somewhere to watch wrestling and accessibility to the internet has only made that easier. WWE, New Japan and others have big months ahead – so let’s see what they are getting up for the next four weeks. WWE The biggest wrestling company in the world has a busy schedule ahead as the build-up … Continue reading June 2018: Full Wrestling Schedules for WWE, NJPW and more!

Raw and Smackdown in London: My Experience

WWE made their bi-annual trip to the UK this week and I was lucky enough to attend both shows at the O2 Arena. First was Monday Night Raw, WWE’s biggest weekly event. The arena was completely full and the usual ‘Woo!’ chants rung out as UK fans saw their first WWE live event of the year. Roman Reigns opened the show to a loud, loud … Continue reading Raw and Smackdown in London: My Experience