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

2018 BOSJ Night One Review and Analysis

Best of the Super Juniors 25 kicked off last night in the sacred wrestling ground of Korakuen Hall, and what a night to start with. I’ll be covering only the tourney matches, so let’s get to it! Yoshinobu Kanemaru vs Tiger mask: it’s great to see Mask out there still being as stiff as ever. A real solid match to start but Kanemaru never really … Continue reading 2018 BOSJ Night One Review and Analysis

Final UK Championship Tournament Names Revealed

Just a few moments ago the WWE revealed the final entrants in this years UK Championship tournament. With a stacked first half of the bracket, the WWE didn’t waste any resources whatsoever in making sure the tournament would be just as successful as the first. Join @catherinekelley as she reveals the FINAL 8 competitors in next month's @WWEUK Championship Tournament! #WWEUKCT@Travis_BanksPW @Flash_Morgan @Jordan_Devlin1 @Tucker_UKCT @DrewGulak … Continue reading Final UK Championship Tournament Names Revealed

Storylines that Almost Never Were

We all like to think things are fated to happen. Austin 3:16, Undertaker’s streak and The Rock’s success are all a foregone conclusion. Or were they? Today we’ll look at 5 famous storylines that almost didn’t happen. Austin 3:16: Everyone knows the story. There was a guy nicknamed “Rainbow Man” who used to hold up signs that said John 3:16 at various sporting events and … Continue reading Storylines that Almost Never Were

Is Money in the Bank the last step in The Miz’s career renaissance?

The Miz has been nothing short of spectacular for the past two years. At first, his getting drafted to Smackdown in 2016 sounded like an obligatory pick to get the Intercontinental Championship on the blue brand. As time passed, the A-Lister became its biggest steal. Whether it was shouting matches with Daniel Bryan or emotional show-stealers with Dolph Ziggler over the Intercontinental Championship, The Miz … Continue reading Is Money in the Bank the last step in The Miz’s career renaissance?