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Brock Lesnar Returns to WWE: Lesnar vs Cena

Months ago, Brock Lesnar announced his retirement from Mixed Martial Arts. Brock Lesnar has finally returned to WWE. I wrote an article predicting that he’d inevitably return to the WWE and sign with Vince McMahon. You can view that article HERE The MMA and WWE worlds are a buzz right now with tweets and Facebook chatter regarding Brock Lesnar’s future. He has finally shown his hand and appeared on last night’s Monday night RAW, starting a new feud with none other than John Cena! Read moreRead more


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


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


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


The Rock Returns to WWE!

Last night’s episode of WWE RAW took place from the sold out Honda Center in Anaheim, California. The entire night was built around the announcement of the guest host for WrestleMania 27. Read moreRead more


WWE Monday Night Raw (January 31 2011) 2 21 11: What does it signify?

Monday’s edition of WWE RAW has peaked a lot of people’s interest. For one, the push of Alberto Del Rio continued on the right track. It isn’t Del Rio’s push that has the entire wrestling world talking, however. That distinct honor belongs to the eerie promo that aired twice during the broadcast. Read moreRead more


Is Brock Lesnar Quitting UFC?

According to Dave Meltzer of Yahoo Sports, former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar is looking for an “exit strategy” to get out of his UFC contract, which most believe currently has one fight left on it. Lesnar “badly” wants to work WWE’s WrestleMania 27 pay-per-view in Atlanta, Georgia next year and has been talking with WWE officials about how a deal can be reached. Read moreRead more


WWE vs UFC: Pro-wrestling has lost it’s edge

Professional wrestling has completely lost it’s edge. To say it’s different from the “golden era” would be the understatement of the century. The ratings have dropped from 6.4′s that they were doing in the late 90′s, to a weekly average of 3.2.

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WWE RAW Review (September 13 2010)

After a short hiatus, I’m back with this week’s RAW review. This week marked the “season premiere” of RAW (I never understood that, but whatever). The show started off backstage with the camera zooming in on the RAW Roulette wheel. Orton and Cena stood face to face waiting for the announcement on their main-event tonight. The wheel landed on a Tables Match. Read moreRead more


WWE RAW Review (August 30 2010)

Bret Hart kicks off the 900th episode of WWE RAW. He talks about some of the moments on RAW and says that the only man still active from that period is The Undertaker. Kane’s music hits and he makes his way to the ring. He talks about how he will destroy The Undertaker once and for all. Arena goes black and Taker is in the ring. The RAW GM chimes in and announces Bret Hart .vs. Undertaker as tonight’s main-event. Ridiculous. Bret Hart is not allowed to take bumps due to an insurance policy that he has when his career was ended due to post-concussion syndrome. I don’t know why WWE insists on booking him in main-events on the show when everyone in the crowd and at home know he can’t wrestle anymore. Talk about insulting your audience’s intelligence. Read moreRead more