Mixed Match Championship: A Wealth of Opportunities

With all the talk of Women’s Tag Team Championships, I am going to look at another suggestion, Mixed Tag Team Championships. We all know that to have a Women’s tag division at the moment would require either a serious rise in female talent numbers or to have them cross-branded which would most likely include NXT talents. However, despite the fact that Women’s tag titles will … Continue reading Mixed Match Championship: A Wealth of Opportunities

The Curious Case of Kevin & Sami

I’m not sure about all of you, but I’m still left scratching my head as to what is going on with Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. Ever since Zayn interfered in the Hell in a Cell match between Kevin and Shane McMahon, dragging Owens from the announcer’s desk mere fractions of a second before Shane was to deliver his trademark elbow drop from the roof … Continue reading The Curious Case of Kevin & Sami

Backlash Needs to be a Wake-up Call to the WWE

Last night the WWE Universe sat down and tuned into Backlash. Backlash has been the event used to tie off the WrestleMania feuds and give closure, last night didn’t accomplish that at all. Backlash will be in the discussion for worst PPV of 2018 when the year-end awards start getting discussed. in a 4+ hour affair, fans would not only leave the arena but turn off their … Continue reading Backlash Needs to be a Wake-up Call to the WWE

Backlash Preview

WWE’s first pay-per-view since WrestleMania will be the first B-PPV to be co-branded under the most recent roster extension. AJ Styles faces Shinsuke Nakamura for the third time within a month, this time in a no disqualification match, for the WWE Championship. Also, Daniel Bryan participates in his first singles PPV match since losing to Roman Reigns at Fastlane in 2015, as he takes on … Continue reading Backlash Preview

Super Strong Style 16 – Preview and Prediction

Progress’ annual 16 man tournament begins this weekend, with the fourth instalment occurring inside Alexandra Palace, London. 16 of the best independent wrestlers across the globe will battle across three days to match current Progress World Champion Travis Banks’ success last year, where he defeated Tyler Bate in the final before going on to beat Pete Dunne for his first Progress title. Day one will contain … Continue reading Super Strong Style 16 – Preview and Prediction