WWE’s Most Miserable Superstars

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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.

 

 

Adam Rose

 

Bad News Barrett

 

Bo Dallas

 

The Bella Twins (Nikki & Brie)

 

Byron Saxton

 

Cameron

 

Tyson Kidd, Cesaro & Natalya

 

Curtis Axel

 

Eva Marie

 

John “Bradshaw” Layfield

 

Kane

 

Rusev & Lana

 

The Miz

 

Stephanie McMahon & Triple H

 

Summer Rae

 

Nikolai Volkoff

 

Bull Dempsey

 

CJ Parker

 

Tyler Breeze

 

Sasha Banks

My Hopes for WWE in 2015

 

Sting vs. Triple H WrestleMania 31

  1. All the heel commentators get removed (e.g., JBL and Byron Saxton).
  2. The Authority is put out of power once and for all.
  3. Sting vs. Triple H at WrestleMania 31
  4. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and The Undertaker each have a match at WrestleMania.
  5. “Macho Man” Randy Savage goes into the WWE Hall of Fame.
  6. Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella walk out of WrestleMania as WWE World Heavyweight Champion and WWE Divas Champion, respectively.
  7. The New Day win championships (e.g., Kofi Kingston finally wins the WWE World Heavyweight Championship).
  8. Roman Reigns wins the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
  9. Seth Rollins cashes in his Money in the Bank Contract unsuccessfully.
  10.  Ryback beats Rusev for the United States Championship.
  11.  The Intercontinental and United States Championship become unified.
  12.  NXT Superstars debut on the main roster (e.g., Charlotte, Bayley, Alexa Bliss, Sami Zayn, Adrian Neville, Hideo Itami, Finn Balor, Kalisto).
  13.  CM Punk and Kelly Kelly return to WWE.
  14.  Hulk Hogan competes in his final match that he promised.
  15.  JoJo competes in the ring more.
  16.  Erick Rowan wins his first major singles championship.
  17.  Zack Ryder returns from injury and wins either the Intercontinental or United States Championship.
  18.  Tyson Kidd apologizes for mistreating his wife Natalya and turns

The New Age Outlaws with The Authority?

New Age Outlaws

 The Outlaws Turn On CM Punk

 

On the January 13, 2014 edition of WWE Raw, CM Punk teamed with The New Age Outlaws (“Road Dogg” Jesse James & “Bad Ass” Billy Gunn) against Authority members The Shield (current United States Champion Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, & Roman Reigns). Just as Punk was reaching over to tag in one of his partners, The Outlaws shockingly walked out on him, thus turning heel in the process, and it would allow The Shield to pick up the victory. Afterwards, Punk was convinced that The Outlaws are in cahoots with The Authority, the very faction that Punk has had issues with as of late. Punk believes this is due to the fact that Triple H has history with The Outlaws in their days as members of D Generation-X.

 

Signs Start to Become More Clear

 

Four days later on Smackdown, there were some signs that pointed to Punk’s assumption. First, The Outlaws were conveniently in a non-title tag team match against WWE Tag Team Champions The Brotherhood (Dustin “Goldust” & Cody Rhodes). If The Outlaws were able to knock off the Tag Team Champions, it would put them in line for a future …

Things That Need To/Should Happen In ROH In 2014

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The year 2014 has officially begun. With that being said, here are some things that I think need to, or at least should, happen in ROH in 2014.

 

Remove Steve Corino from Commentary

 

The one current heel commentator in ROH is Steve Corino. Now, while I do not find him as unbearable as the other current heel commentators from the other two respective wrestling companies (John “Bradshaw” Layfield in WWE and Taz and Michael Titus in TNA), he still tends to antagonize his fellow commentators, the faces, and the fans of ROH, defend and sympathize with his fellow heels’ dastardly ways, spew propaganda, and be hypocritical like the other heel commentators from the other two wrestling companies. ROH not only needs to remove Corino from commentary, but also not put any more heels on commentary afterwards. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, the fans of ROH have to put up with enough other garbage from the heels.

 

Get the Women of Honor More Involved

 

One thing that I have noticed about ROH is that they do not have the Women of Honor competing in that many matches. ROH should not only have more matches between …

Things That Need to/Should Happen In WWE In 2014

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The new year of 2014 has officially begun and there are many things that I feel that need to, or at least should, happen in WWE in 2014.

Changes with the Championships

Both the Intercontinental and United States Championships should be unified because just about every other current major championship has been merged into one. WWE should also bring back the European Championship so that superstars can once again get the opportunity to join the list of WWE’s Grand Slam Champions (e.g., WWE World Heavyweight or World Heavyweight Championship, Intercontinental or United States Championship, World, WWE, or Unified Tag Team Championship, and European or Hardcore Championship). Lastly, the WWE Divas Championship needs to be put on the line at WrestleMania 30 this year because it has never been on the line at any WrestleMania in history.

Superstars Who Deserve to Become Champions

Sin Cara should become either the Intercontinental Champion or United States Champion because he has proven time and time again that he is worthy, he is way overdue. Also, Zack Ryder needs to be put back in the championship picture because he busted his ass to win his first and only United States Championship a few years ago …

Was John “Bradshaw” Layfield Part of the Plot?

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Last month at WWE SummerSlam, then-WWE Champion John Cena defended his championship against Daniel Bryan with WWE Chief Operating Officer Triple H serving as special guest referee. All three of these men were faces at that time and Cena and Bryan still are. In the end, it was Bryan who beat Cena to become the new WWE Champion. After the match, Cena was a sport and shook Bryan’s hand and also shook Triple H’s hand for calling the match straight down the line. After Cena had left the ring, Bryan began celebrating his victory; however, the celebration was cut short by Randy Orton, who came out to cash in his Money In the Bank WWE Championship contract, which consisted of a guarenteed opportunity at the championship at anytime and anywhere. I would also like to point out that Orton was a face at the time as well. Then, Triple H shocked the entire world when he hit Bryan with his signature maneuver, the Pedigree. Then, Orton cashed in his championship opportunity and Triple H appointed himself as special guest referee for the match. Once the ring bell was rung to begin the match, Orton picked up Triple H’s scraps and …

WWE Main Event 4-24-13: Mark Henry Conquers Everybody…Almost

The show began with Main Event commentator John “Bradshaw” Layfield interviewing Mark Henry about his recent attacks on Sheamus. Then, things began to turn a little hostile when JBL goaded Mark Henry into facing four guys in a Gauntlet Match. He was originally scheduled to face The Usos (Jimmy & Jey) in a 2-on-1 Handicap Match, but instead he ended up having Jimmy as his first opponent. After Henry disposed of Jimmy, his brother Jey was Henry’s next opponent. Henry disposed of him as well. Henry’s fourth opponent was Santino Marella. Despite a valiant effort, Santino could not put away Henry. Henry’s fourth and final opponent was The Great Khali. After back-and-forth action between the two giants, Khali knocks Henry out of the ring. Instead of returning to the ring, Henry decides to walk out on the match, thus giving Khali the win by count-out. I guess Henry realized that he was about to get beat.…

WWE Main Event 4-10-13: Will Anybody Ever Stop The Shield?

On this edition of Main Event, The Miz was absent for some unknown reason, so unfortunately, JBL sat in for him on commentary. I am getting sick and tired of having to listen to this douche bag every single week. He says the same things over and over again, he defends and applauds the dastardly deeds of his fellow heels, he keeps saying things that have me second-guessing myself, which is causing me serious psychological harm, these are just some of the few uninteresting and unentertaining things that the WWE Universe and I are forced to put up with every single week. The wrestling world would be much better off without heel commentators, the wrestling shows would be much more enjoyable. Anyway, the program began with a 6-Man Tag Team Match between the team of Kofi Kingston and Tons of Funk (Brodus Clay & Tensai) with The Funkadactyls (Naomi & Cameron Lynn) in their corner against The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, & Roman Reigns). This was the first Main Event match for all three members of The Shield. At one point during the match, Tons of Funk told The Funkadactyls to head to the back due to The Shield’s …

WWE Raw 4-8-13: The Crowd Takes Over Raw the Night After WrestleMania 29

This edition of Raw took place at the IZOD Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey. This was the night after WrestleMania 29 and this may have been either the most fun, exciting, or bizarre (depending on which way you look at it) Raw in history. WWE Hall of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler has been known for calling Canada “Bizarro Land”, but after seeing this edition of Raw, East Rutherford, New Jersey may very well be “Bizarro Land”. For three straight hours, the crowd chanted the most random things at random times. Some chants were heard for Wade Barrett, Dolph Ziggler, Jerry Lawler, John “Bradshaw” Layfield, the late Randy Savage, and even announcers Michael Cole and Justin Roberts and referee Mike Chioda. The crowd even chanted “We Are Awesome!”. Well, like I said, it just depends on how you look at it. But the chant that truly took over the rest of the night was when the crowd hummed Fandango’s entrance music, even after Raw went off the air. All I can say is that I am sure there are many things that would be an understatement to describe what we heard/witnessed last night on Raw. As for the show …

WWE Main Event 4-3-13: Awesome Rules Over Primetime

The one match that took place on this edition of Main Event was a 2-on-1 Handicap Match between The Miz and The Primetime Players. Since Miz was competing, JBL filled in for him on commentary with Michael Cole. With Miz’s WrestleMania 29 opponent Intercontinental Champion Wade Barrett looking on from ringside, The Miz overcame the odds and triumphed over The Primetime Players gaining valuable momentum heading into WrestleMania this Sunday. As for the rest of the program, they just showed previews of upcoming matches for WrestleMania 29 this Sunday. This is the first time that I can remember where they only had one match on Main Event.…

WWE Smackdown 3-8-13 Review

On this edition of Smackdown, Michael Cole informed the WWE Universe that he would be filling in on commentary for JBL (the normal commentary team being Josh Mathews and JBL) for the next few weeks due to JBL’s mountain climbing duties. The Assistant to the Raw Managing Supervisor Brad Maddox also unexpectedly joined the commentary team for the night. The two main events were World Heavyweight Champion Alberto Del Rio vs. Mr. Money In the Bank Dolph Ziggler in a non-title match and Sheamus vs. Big Show. Del Rio once again came out on top against Ziggler in the series of matches against one another. I don’t know if anybody else notices, but Dolph Ziggler has been on quite a bit of a losing streak as of late. In the other main event, The Shield interrupted the match by attacking Sheamus, thus getting Big Show disqualified. Randy Orton came out to even the odds a little more for Sheamus. Eventually, Big Show recovered from the Brogue Kick from Sheamus and cleared The Shield from the ring. However, Big Show then clocked Sheamus with a KO Punch followed by Orton RKOing Big Show to end the program. Another interesting thing that …

WWE Smackdown 3-1-13 Review

This edition of Smackdown was called Social Media Smackdown. This meant that the WWE Universe could send tweets throughout the show. The commentary team for the night was Michael Cole, WWE Hall of Famer Jerry “The King” Lawler, and Josh Mathews. JBL sent out a tout and the commentators spoke with Chris Jericho via Skype. JBL touted from the mountain he is climbing in Argentina for a charity cause and Jericho was skyping from Australia where his band Fozzy was on tour. Also, World Heavyweight Alberto Del Rio announced on WWE Active that he was gonna allow the WWE Universe to vote for his opponent for next week’s Smackdown. The choices were Mr. Money In the Bank Dolph Ziggler, Intercontinental Champion Wade Barrett, and United States Champion Antonio Cesaro. Dolph Ziggler ended getting the most votes, so that is who Del Rio’s opponent will be next week on Smackdown. One of the great things about this edition of Smackdown was the fact that JBL was not on commentary, he sucks at it. At least I think the mountain he is climbing is supposed keep him occupied for a little while.…

No More Heel Commentators

A commentator’s job is to provide energy and excitement for the fans so they can
enjoy the show. It is also a commentator’s job to provide the fans with news
updates and facts about the sport and its athletes. These are the types of
things commentators are supposed to be doing. Fortunately, there have been, and
still are today, commentators like that. However, there have been, and still
are today, commentators that are doing things that are the opposite of the
fans’ enjoyment and excitement. These commentators are antagonizing, sniveling;
they argue with, as well as taunt, their broadcast partners, they taunt the
wrestlers, they taunt the fans, they make up stories in an attempt to make the
heels seem like good guys and the faces seem like bad guys, they rant off while
there’s a match going on, they cut their broadcast partners off while they’re
trying to say something, among other things. Basically, they’re trying to make
the entire show all about themselves. These types of commentators disrupt the
show and don’t make it exciting and enjoyable for the fans at all. Current heel
commentators include JBL in WWE, Taz in TNA, Michael Titus in TNA’s
developmental Territory …