There is one particular thing in the world of wrestling today that really bothers me. There are some Hall of Famers that are currently heels. The problem with this is that Hall of Famers are supposed to be setting a good example for the next generation of wrestlers. Who else is going to teach some of today’s young punks in wrestling a lesson in respect and humility? All of this applies to any Wrestling Hall of Fame throughout history (e.g. WWE Hall of Fame, TNA Hall of Fame, etc.). Currently, Hall of Famers including Paul Ellering, The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray & D-Von) and last I checked, Jeff Jarrett, are heels in the wrestling companies that they are currently working for. Hall of Famers are supposed to be people that fans can respect and if they are heels, it makes it very hard for fans to respect them. Therefore, Paul Ellering, The Dudley Boyz and Jeff Jarrett need to be turned into faces ASAP. Bottom line, it is irrational for Hall of Famers to be heels.…
No Disqualification Match
Dolph Ziggler vs. Baron Corbin
Winner: Dolph Ziggler
United States Championship Match
Kalisto (c) vs. Rusev
Winner: Kalisto retains
WWE Tag Team Championship Match
The New Day (Xavier Woods/Kofi Kingston/Big E) (c) vs. The Vaudevillains (Aiden English & Simon Gotch)
Winners: The New Day retains
Tag Team Tornado Match
The Usos (Jimmy & Jey) vs. The Club (Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson)
Winners: The Usos
Dean Ambrose vs. Chris Jericho
Winner: Dean Ambrose
Fatal 4-Way Intercontinental Championship Match
The Miz (c) vs. Sami Zayn vs. Cesaro vs. Kevin Owens
Winner: Sami Zayn becomes the brand new IC Champion
WWE Women’s Championship Submission Match
Charlotte (c) vs. Natalya
Winner: Natalya becomes the brand new WWE Women’s Champion
Extreme Rules WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match
Roman Reigns (c) vs. AJ Styles
Winner: Roman Reigns retains…
First, during the Tag Team Tournament Finals Match between The Realest Guys in the Room (Enzo Amore & Colin Cassady) and The Vaudevillains to determine the #1 contenders to the WWE Tag Team Championship, an unfortunate incident happened. Not too long into the match, Enzo Amore’s head bounced off the middle rope and then the back of his head hit the ring apron causing some severe damage, which caused the referee to throw the match out. Enzo ended up having to be stretchered out of the arena and taken to a local medical facility; he was diagnosed with a concussion, but fortunately, all other tests came back negative. I would like to point out that this injury is not a storyline injury, Enzo really got hurt. It is very unfortunate that the match had to end under these circumstances, but it just goes to show that injuries can happen at any given time. We definitely wish Enzo a speedy recovery.
There is also the match between Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens. After Owens beat Zayn fair and square, Owens tarnished that by attacking him after the match. Owens then insisted that Byron Saxton get up from the commentators’ table …
- November 2, 2015
The WWE Diva Search is a reality competition to determine the next WWE Superstar. Many Diva Search alums have gone on to become WWE Superstars. Some got to WWE by winning the Diva Search and some have had to work their way into WWE after their time in the Diva Search. While many alums have made it to WWE, there are only a select few who have gone on to hold major championships. Below is the list of Diva Search alums that have gone on to hold major championships.
- October 26, 2015
WWE Tough Enough is a reality competition that determines the next WWE Superstar. Since 2001, there have been many former Tough Enough contestants that have gone on to become WWE Superstars; some have gotten into WWE by winning Tough Enough and some have had to work their way into WWE after their time with Tough Enough. While many have made it to WWE, only a select few have gone on to hold major championships. Below is the list of both current and former WWE Superstars to come out of Tough Enough who went on to hold major championships.
When WWE NXT first started, it involved pros from the main roster mentoring NXT rookies. Eventually, WWE decided to turn NXT into its developmental system. Since its inception, there are many great Superstars to come out of NXT and up to the main roster and many would go on to hold major championships. Below is the list of both current and former WWE Superstars to come out of NXT and to go on and hold major championships.
In 2001, a young fan who would later go on to become WWE Superstar AJ Lee had the honor and privilege of meeting now-WWE Hall of Famer Lita. In 2012, Lita would begin dating former WWE Superstar CM Punk. Eventually, they would break up and CM Punk would go on to date AJ Lee and the two would end up marrying one another. They are still married to this day. First, CM Punk was with Lita and then Punk would go on to marry the very woman who met Lita as a young fan. This begs the question, was this just a big coincidence or was this destiny? You be the judge.…
- September 28, 2015
WWE has made life-size statues of WWE Hall of Famers Andre the Giant, Bruno Sammartino, The Ultimate Warrior, Dusty Rhodes and Ric Flair because of the significant impact they have made in the wrestling world. All statues are now displayed at WWE Headquarters in Stamford, CT. Below are a list of WWE Hall of Famers that I feel have also made a significant impact in the wrestling world and are also worthy of having a statue.
There has been much debate about which divas were the ones that started the Divas Revolution. Was it Team Bella (The Bella Twins (Nikki & Brie) & Alicia Fox), Team B.A.D. (Naomi, Tamina & Sasha Banks) or the recently-imploded Team PCB (Paige, current WWE Divas Champion Charlotte & Becky Lynch)? The answer to that is none of the above. While the term “Divas Revolution” was not officially coined until this year, the Divas Revolution was started way before the term existed. WWE Hall of Fame women like Alundra Blayze, The Fabulous Moolah, Lita, Mae Young, Sensational Sherri, Sunny, Trish Stratus and Wendi Richter are the ones who truly started the Divas Revolution because let’s face it, without these women, there would be no Divas Revolution.…
Nearly three months ago, current TNA Knockout Women’s Champion Taryn Terrell shocked the world by aligning herself with The Dollhouse (Marti Bell & Jade), thus turning heel in the process. This is something that I take great issue with. Prior to her alignment with The Dollhouse, Taryn was a sweet, gorgeous woman with long, flowing blonde hair and a winning smile; she was your typical girl next door. In addition to all that, she was also a strong, passionate, independent and hard-working woman who took crap from nobody. She is also a leading Hollywood stuntwoman. Bottom line, all of this made her the perfect face. Now, TNA has gone and ruined all that by turning Taryn into this cunning and underhanded leader of The Dollhouse, who act like a bunch of Barbie Dolls and are making an embarrassment out of TNA’s Knockouts Division. Taryn is someone who should be taking a stand against women like The Dollhouse. I would also like to point out that the new theme music that Taryn uses along with the other Dollhouse members is god awful; it is a huge downgrade from Taryn’s previous theme music. TNA needs to make this right and turn Taryn …
There are many superstars in WWE who are contented with their lives. There are, however, some who stand above the rest. There are those who spread positive energy, those who love to have a good time, those who are very patriotic, those who are ultra-hyped and those who have that never-surrender fighting spirit. Below is the list of WWE’s most contented superstars.
There are superstars in WWE who are contented with their lives; however, there are also superstars who are miserable with their lives. Whether that person is a rich snob, an arrogant punk, a mean girl, a bully, a corrupt power figure, a person who likes to stir up trouble, a person who loves delivering bad news, a person who has no joy or even a person who pretends to be contented, but is miserable in actuality, there are many types of miserable people in WWE. Below is the list of WWE’s most miserable superstars.
Kofi Kingston is one of WWE’s most athletic superstars. In 2008, he made his debut on the main roster. Not too long afterwards, he went on to win his first major singles championship from WWE, the Intercontinental Championship. In 2009, Kofi started to skyrocket to the top; in addition to becoming the United States Champion that year, he got into an epic rivalry with one of WWE’s top dogs, Randy Orton. This lead to a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match with Orton captaining one team and Kofi captaining the other team. Kofi ended up being the sole survivor for his team. In 2010, he won the Intercontinental Championship two more times. It seemed it was only a matter of time before Kofi would finally win the big one; however, in the year 2011, he spent most of the year in the tag team division, winning the WWE Tag Team Championship with Evan Bourne. After losing the Tag Team Championship, Kofi started to fade away from the top and more down to the mid-card where he once was. While Kofi would go on to win more championships and become a master at finding ways to prevent himself from getting …
In a recent article from WWE.com, it talked about potential WWE reality shows. WWE has already produced three reality shows; which consists of Tough Enough, Total Divas and Legends’ House. One of the potential shows in the article is called The Real Husbands of WWE. It is considered a spin-off of Total Divas with the show revolving around both the professional and personal lives of some of the WWE Superstar husbands of the star cast members of Total Divas both past and present. For instance, the star cast members of The Real Husbands of WWE are Daniel Bryan (the husband of WWE Diva Brie Bella), Jimmy Uso (the husband of WWE Diva Naomi) and Tyson Kidd (the husband of WWE Diva Natalya). The article also mentioned that the show would feature guest appearances by WWE Chief Operating Officer Triple H (the husband of WWE Diva and WWE Principal Owner Stephanie McMahon). Out of all the potential reality shows mentioned in the article, I think that WWE should actually make this one happen. In addition to the names mentioned for this show, I also think that it would be a good idea to add additional names as star cast members …