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WrestleMania 28 Rock vs Cena Preview

On Sunday, April 1, 2012, World Wrestling Entertainment presents WrestleMania 28 Rock vs Cena from Sunlife Stadium in Miami, Florida. While there are still matches to be announced for the year extravaganza, the top three matches on the card have drawn a lot of interest. Read moreRead more


2012 Nissan Murano Review

A couple of weeks ago, my friends at Nissan hooked me up with a 2012 Nissan Murano. I must admit that when I first found out about the vehicle, I wasn’t very excited to drive it. However, when the day arrived, I was impressed by the SUV’s youthful looks. To me, the Murano always felt like a “soccer mom’s SUV.” After driving it for a week, I have to say, not anymore! Read moreRead more


Lesnar retires from UFC; returning to WWE?

After last night’s UFC 141 main-event loss to Alistair Overeem, Brock Lesnar announced his retirement from Mixed Martial Arts. The MMA world is a buzz right now with tweets and Facebook chatter regarding Brock Lesnar’s future. Will he simply take a few months off and return to MMA eventually or was this his last hoorah in the octagon? Read moreRead more


2012 Infiniti G37x Coupe Review

When I received an e-mail from my good friends at Nissan – Infiniti Canada and was asked to review a 2012 Infiniti G37x Coupe, I was in disbelief!  I had seen them on the road before and was always curious about how it drove and envious of the drivers.  The anticipation built for weeks.  When the day finally arrived, I said to myself, “It was definitely worth the wait!” Read moreRead more


2011 Nissan Pathfinder Review

This week I had the pleasure of driving the 2011 Nissan Pathfinder LE.  Our friends at Nissan Canada provided us with a gorgeous, fully loaded red Pathfinder.   To be honest, I have never been a fan of SUV’s.  However, after driving the Nissan Pathfinder, I will definitely consider an SUV for my next vehicle. Read moreRead more


Nissan LEAF Launch & Review

On Thursday, July 28, PowerStream and Nissan Canada joined to celebrate the automaker’s first Canadian delivery of the Nissan LEAF. The Nissan LEAF is the world’s first zero emission, all-electric car. Read moreRead more


Best of the 2011 Canadian International Auto Show

I know it’s been a couple of months since the 2011 Auto Show in Toronto, but I guess the old saying, “better late than never” still holds true! This year’s Auto Show was definitely a lot smaller than previous years. The powers that be decided on using the Metro Toronto Convention Centre as the lone building for the yearly event. Read moreRead more


WWE RAW: Edge says goodbye

Monday’s episode of WWE RAW took place from Bridgeport, Connecticut. With WWE’s next pay-per-view offering, Extreme Rules only a couple week’s away, the company needs to put the peddle to the medal and begin building towards the show. With that in mind, however, WWE hit a little roadblock on Monday’s show. Read moreRead more


Could Paul Heyman save TNA?

TNA Wrestling has been floundering in mediocrity for the past couple of years. Many different saviors have been brought into the company, and none of them have quite panned out the way Dixie Carter and Panda Energy has wanted. Now the question remains: is Paul Heyman the savior of TNA Wrestling? Read moreRead more


WrestleMania 27: Does it have your attention?

Last night’s edition of WWE RAW was average at best. The build to WrestleMania has stalled in my opinion, and the main reason is the eventual showdown between Jerry “The King” Lawler and Michael Cole. Despite WWE crossing the line a couple of weeks ago when bringing Jerry Lawler’s deceased mother into the storyline, I have completely lost interest in this feud. I understand that Michael Cole is playing a heel character and the point is to irritate fans to the point where they want to see him “get his.” Unfortunately, however, Cole’s constant negativity towards WWE’s on-air product creates a negative vibe while watching the show. Read moreRead more