Friday, March 17, 2017

Breaking News: Explicit Videos and Photos of Paige Leak Online

WWE Paige Leaked Content

It's been a crazy year for WWE Superstar Paige, and depending on whose opinion you listen to, that could be a good or a bad thing.  Paige came in to WWE and was an immediate star as she defeated Divas Champion AJ Lee for the title on her first night with the main roster.  Prior to that, she had a highly successful run in NXT and even before starting there she was already a veteran in the wrestling business being she started in her teenage years. 

Paige was really the first female that initiated the current "Divas Revolution" that has seen stars like Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair and others rise to prominence, which make it a shame that she's been out of the picture in WWE for the past few months for various reasons. 

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

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Monday, March 13, 2017

WWE News: Swagger Released, Undertaker vs. Reigns Made Official

Swagger WWE Release

Today's news roundup features a couple of headlines that most of us knew were probably coming; Jack Swagger openly requested his release from WWE a few weeks ago so the writing was pretty much on the wall for him, and WWE made it official today as Swagger has officially been "future endeavored."

Swagger has been floundering badly in WWE for the past few years with no real direction after his "We The People" run with Zeb Colter. Even before that run, we included Swagger in our list of 5 wrestlers WWE should send to Japan since obviously he had talent, but just wasn't doing anything meaningful in WWE.  Swagger could still be a guy that could go other places (like Japan, Mexico etc.) and reinvent himself; the fact that Dutch Mantel (aka Zeb Colter) is now part of the Impact Wrestling creative team could also make it quite likely that we will see Swagger pop up on Impact in the next few months.

Monday, March 6, 2017

WWE News: Rick Rude Finally Being Inducted Into the Hall of Fame

Rick Rude WWE Hall of Fame

WWE is justifying another long overdue Hall of Fame induction this year as "Ravishing" Rick Rude is the latest inductee into the 2017 class.  When I say long overdue, one of the reasons is that Rude's name comes up almost any time a legendary figure is asked who should be in the WWE Hall of Fame but isn't yet; finally, this year the Hall becomes "Simply Ravishing."

Rick Rude (real name Richard Rood, always cool to know he used a variation of his real name) was regarded as one of the toughest men in wrestling behind the scenes, regardless of his cocky heel persona that he played to perfection.  I first saw Rude in the Von Erich's World Class Championship Wrestling where Rude was the promotion's first World Heavyweight Champion after they withdrew from the NWA in 1986.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

TNA News: The Hardys and Others Gone, Jarrett and Others Back

Broken Hardys Leave TNA
 
It's been a very long time since I've written anything about TNA since frankly, the show has been unwatchable for the most part in my opinion.  The few times I did watch, it was to see the reinvented Hardys and their "broken brilliance" so to speak, which has been so over the top that it created some "must see TV" moments.  As of now, the Hardys and other top talents have left the company and the entire landscape of the promotion is changing due to the takeover of the new (old) management, namely Jeff Jarrett.

TNA has been through some crazy ups and downs over the years; I watched the first PPV broadcast in 2002 and felt it could truly be an alternative to WWE since the major stars that weren't in WWE were showing up in TNA.  The company seemed to go back and forth over the years on whether they were pushing new talent or bringing in legends.  When Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff arrived in TNA, it seemed like they were going to push things to the next level by going head to head with RAW and bringing back a bit of the old Nitro vibe - that didn't last too long, whether it be a clash of egos or lack of budget, the level of WCW couldn't be created without a Ted Turner checkbook.