WWE’s Most Contented Superstars

The New Day

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.

 

 

The New Day (Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston & Big E)

 

Booker T

 

The Bunny

 

Daniel Bryan

 

The Primetime Players (Darren Young & Titus O’Neil)

 

Dolph Ziggler

 

Emma

 

The Usos (Jimmy & Jey) & Naomi

 

John Cena

 

R-Truth

 

Zack Ryder

 

Hacksaw Jim Duggan

 

Mick Foley

 

Santino Marella

 

Hulk Hogan

 

Bayley

 

Sami Zayn

 

Mojo Rawley

 

Diamond Dallas Page

Superstars That WCW Could Have Done More With

WWE vs. WCW

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and World Championship Wrestling (WCW) are two of the biggest and most successful companies in all of wrestling history. Both companies have made many superstars into household names, main eventers, icons and legends. Throughout most of the ‘90s and early ‘00s, both companies went head-to-head with each other. During this time, there were many of the two companies’ respective superstars who had jumped ship in between the two companies at one time or another. Eventually, WWE came out on top and put WCW out of business for good. Shortly after, many of WCW’s superstars ended up wrestling for WWE and some still remain a part of the company today. While WCW had managed to turn superstars like Sting, Ric Flair, Lex Luger, Booker T, Diamond Dallas Page, Goldberg, Scott Steiner, Ricky Steamboat, Vader, Ron Simmons, Jeff Jarrett and The Giant (who would later become known as Big Show in WWE) into household names, main eventers, icons and legends, there are many superstars that WCW could have done the exact same thing with, but WWE ends up doing it instead. Below is the list of superstars that WCW blew it with.

 

WWE Saturday Morning Slam 5-4-13: The Usos Rule the Morning

In a match that was set up by General Manager of Saturday Morning Slam and WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley, one-half of The Usos Jey (accompanied by the other half of The Usos Jimmy) went one-on-one with one-half of The Prime Time Players Darren Young (accompanied by the other half of The Prime Time Players Titus O’Neil). At one point in the match, the referee catches Titus interfering; therefore, Jey got the win by disqualification. Then, Mick Foley comes out and decides to make a tag team match between The Usos and The Prime Time Players right there and now. In the end, The Usos were the ones that came out on top. The WWE Universe got a great start to their Saturday morning.…

WWE Saturday Morning Slam 4-27-13: Our Heroes Conquer

The show began with a Six-Person Mixed Tag Team Match between the team of The Great Khali, Hornswoggle, & Natalya Neidhart against the team of The Colons (Primo & Epico) & Rosa Mendes with Khali, Hornswoggle, & Natalya coming out on top. Also, Team Rhodes Scholars (Damien Sandow & Cody Rhodes) were backstage trying to get people to sign a petition to actually remove the General Manager of Saturday Morning Slam and WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley from the WWE Hall of Fame, but to no avail. Two guys that were included in refusing to sign the petition were The Usos (Jimmy & Jey). They basically let Team Rhode Scholars understand all of the reasons why Foley is in the WWE Hall of Fame. Then, Mick Foley himself walks in and decides to make a tag team match between the two teams. As for the match, one of The Usos was able to surprise Sandow with a Small Package roll-up to get the pin and the win for his team. The show ended with leaving smiles on all the kids’ faces.…

WWE Saturday Morning Slam 4-13-13: Mark Henry Conquers

On this edition of Saturday Morning Slam, Kofi Kingston was on commentary with Josh Mathews. The first match of the morning was a tag team match between the team of Zack Ryder and Justin Gabriel against 3MB members Drew McIntyre & Jinder Mahal with the leader of 3MB Heath Slater in their corner. In the end, thanks to a distraction by Heath Slater and the hooking of the trunks for added leverage, 3MB got the victory. But 3MB weren’t done there, they attacked Ryder and Gabriel after the match, prompting Kofi Kingston to leave the announce desk to even the odds. Then, the General Manager of Saturday Morning Slam and WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley came out and told Kofi that he understood his motives for leaving the announce desk, but that commentators are only supposed to call the action; therefore, he took Kofi off commentary. However, Foley also decided that since the other two members of 3MB had a match, he felt that Heath Slater should have one as well. Therefore, Foley made the next match of the morning between Kofi Kingston and Heath Slater. World Heavyweight Champion Dolph Ziggler called the action with Josh Mathews for the …

WWE Hall of Fame 2013 Induction Ceremony: Bruno Sammartino Headlines MSG One More Time

The 2013 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony took place this past Saturday at the World’s Most Famous Arena, Madison Square Garden. The Class of 2013 consisted of Current Saturday Morning Slam General Manager Mick Foley, Current Smackdown General Manager Booker T, Trish Stratus, Bob Backlund, celebrity honoree Donald Trump, and Bruno Sammartino. While Mick Foley was giving his acceptance speech, he said that the only regret he has is that he never beat Chris Jericho. Jericho came up on stage and agreed to lay down on the floor and allow Foley to give him an elbow drop and pin him; after Foley took up the offer, CM Punk came up on stage to make the 1-2-3 count. Also, Trish Stratus revealed at the end of her acceptance speech that she is pregnant and due in September. The ceremony ended with Bruno Sammartino, who has headlined MSG more times than anybody, headlining MSG one more time. The WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony is always filled with emotion, laughter, and good times and this year was no exception.…

WWE WrestleMania 29: Undertaker 21-0, Triple H the Wrestler Lives, Alberto Del Rio Retains, and John Cena Gets Redemption

WrestleMania 29 took place at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The first match of the night was during the WrestleMania Pre-Show when Intercontinental Champion Wade Barrett defended against The Miz. With his mother sitting front row at ringside, The Miz defeated Barrett to become the new champion. Therefore, Wade Barrett still has yet to get his first WrestleMania win. Also, Chris Jericho went one-on-one with Fandango. Fandango entered MetLife Stadium with a gaggle of gorgeous back-up dancers. While Jericho had his finishing submission hold, the Walls of Jericho, locked in, Fandango somehow managed to counter it into roll-up pin to get the 1-2-3 and pull off the upset, as well as get his first WrestleMania win. Also, Team Hell No (Kane & Daniel Bryan) defended their WWE Tag Team Championships against Mr. Money In the Bank Dolph Ziggler & Big E Langston with AJ Lee in their corner. Similar to what AJ gave Daniel Bryan at WrestleMania last year, AJ gave her beau Dolph a “good luck” kiss at the start of the match. Well, just like last year, the kiss turned out to be anything but good luck because just like Daniel lost last year, Ziggler & …

WWE Saturday Morning Slam 4-6-13: Team Rhodes Scholars Falls

On this week’s edition of Saturday Morning Slam, Ryback went one-on-one with one-half of Team Rhodes Scholars, Damien Sandow. Despite attempted interference from Sandow’s tag team partner Cody Rhodes, Ryback was still victorious. After seeing Rhodes’ involvement early on, Saturday Morning Slam General Manager and soon-to-be WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley decided to put Rhodes in a match against WWE Tag Team Champion Kane with Damien Sandow banned from ringside. Just like his tag team partner from earlier on, Rhodes ended up falling to his opponent. It was anything but a good morning for Team Rhodes Scholars and they lost some serious momentum going into their match at WrestleMania 29.…

WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2013

Inductee – Trish Stratus, Inductor – Stephanie McMahon

Inductee – Bruno Sammartino, Inductor – Arnold Schwarzenegger

Inductee – Bob Backlund, Inductor – Maria Menounos

Inductee – Current Smackdown General Manager Booker T, Inductor – Stevie Ray

Inductee – Donald Trump, Inductor – WWE Chairman and CEO Vincent K. McMahon

Inductee – Current Saturday Morning Slam General Manager Mick Foley, Inductor – WWE Hall of Famer Terry Funk

The 2013 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony takes place tomorrow night at the World’s Most Famous Arena Madison Square Garden in New York City.…

WWE Saturday Morning Slam 3-30-13: Match and Rematch On One Program

The show began with Tons of Funk taking on The Primetime Players, a match that was made last week by Saturday Morning Slam General Manager and soon-to-be WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley. The Primetime Players used some underhanded tactics to get the victory; however, Mick Foley came out and said that he feels the match should be restarted, but he realized that a referee’s decision is final. So instead, Foley booked a rematch between the two teams and said that the match would take place right there and now. Tons of Funk ended up coming out on top in the rematch. I thought what Mick Foley did was pretty clever. He knew that there was highway robbery involved in that tag team match and wanted to restart the match because of it; however, as stated above, he realized that a referee’s decision is final, but that didn’t mean he couldn’t book a rematch and name the time and the place for it; Foley did just that.…

WWE Raw 3-25-13: WWE Championship Match For WrestleMania 29 Intensifies

The show began with CM Punk and Paul Heyman coming out to taunt Punk’s WrestleMania 29 opponent The Undertaker once more. Punk was still in possession of the urn he stole from Undertaker. Eventually, there was a gong and the lights went out in the arena. Then, there was a second gong and when the lights came back on, The Undertaker was in the ring. Undertaker started to attack Punk, but before he could regain possession of the urn, Paul Heyman sprinted off with it and Punk managed to escape Undertaker’s wrath. The mind games from Punk continue. Also, Fandango was scheduled to have a match, but before his opponent could even come out, Chris Jericho comes out to get some retribution on Fandango for his attack on Jericho this past Friday on Smackdown. Jericho drives Fandango out of the ring and Fandango’s match never gets under way. Then, Mr. Money In the Bank, accompanied by AJ Lee and NXT Champion Big E Langston, come out for Ziggler’s match with Jericho that they were supposed to have later on in the show. Jericho ends up defeating Ziggler, but Big E Langston attacks Jericho after the match and lays him out …

WWE Saturday Morning Slam 3-16-13 Review

The show began with Smackdown General Manager Booker T naming the General Manger of Saturday Morning Slam. The General Manager of Saturday Morning Slam is soon-to-be WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley. While Foley was giving his speech, he was interrupted by WWE Tag Team Champion Daniel Bryan. Daniel Bryan stated his case of he why should have been named GM and was wondering why he wasn’t. Foley responded by telling him that it might have to do a little with his unresolved anger issues. Bryan denied that he had anger issues and then Foley told him that he might consider him to be the Assistant General Manager of Saturday Morning Slam. Then, Mr. Money In the Bank Dolph Ziggler, AJ Lee, and Big E Langston interrupted. Both Dolph and AJ then stated their cases of why they should have been named Co-General Managers of Saturday Morning Slam. Then, as his first act as GM, Mick Foley made a one-on-one match-up between Ziggler and Bryan, which Bryan was victorious in. Then, in the main event, Brodus Clay & Tensai took on Primo & Epico with Clay & Tensai coming out on top. I think Mick Foley was a good choice …

Sting vs. Randy Orton

Sting vs. Randy Orton

Randy Orton used to be called The Legend Killer. He has faced numerous legends
throughout his career. These legends include Hulk Hogan, Mick Foley, Edge, Sgt. Slaughter,
Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit, Ric Flair, The Undertaker, and Triple H. But
there is one legend that Randy Orton has yet to face and that legend is Sting.
While these two huge names have never been a part of the same wrestling
company, if somehow this match were to happen, it would have the makings of
classic encounter, much like many of the other legends Randy Orton has faced. Who do you think would win?…