WWE Brand Wars: Week 3

In the WWE Draft's pro-con list, one of the positives is a return of some healthy competition between shows Raw and SmackDown. We get to see a different depth in the Authority/Bryan rivalry from 2013-14 as Stephanie McMahon commissions the flagship program, while Daniel Bryan tries to help the "B+ Show". It's also inevitable we... Continue Reading →


RIP Childhood: The Streak Conquered

There are certain moments in life that you never fathomed, yet you remember the place you were that day. These moments, whether good or bad, are so extraordinary, its place is etched forever in history. To avoid hitting soft spots, I'll only mention one of these moments, and it was in the pro wrestling world.... Continue Reading →

The Real Deal: Titus Arrives

Former football player at the University of Florida and for a few years the Arena Football League, Titus O'Neil decided to take a shot at a wrestling career in 2009 when he joined the WWE. It wasn't until last summer when Titus O'Neil won any championship gold, winning the WWE Tag Team Championships with then-partner... Continue Reading →

Looking Ahead at WrestleMania 32

Don't let The Undertaker's #33 jersey fool you. This Sunday, the 32nd-annual WWE spectacle will take place, for the first time ever, at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas. Many Dallas Cowboys fans know this as "Jerry World", but wrestling fans around the world will know it as "Vince's World", or pending on the outcome of... Continue Reading →

Saving WrestleMania 32

So if you weren't previously aware, WrestleMania 32 is around the corner, and it comes with having a hallway full of injuries from the established drawers, the five-star wrestlers, the more than capable mid-card talent, and the young and rising superstars of today, all are dropping like flies. And in perhaps one of the worst... Continue Reading →

Take It Slow on the Fastlane

WWE just finished up its final Pay-Per-View before they go to Dallas for their biggest event of the year, WrestleMania. And like WWE's been for quite some time, they've been one breath-taking roller coaster ride. One month you'll believe they are the undisputed number-one promotion in the world, and the next month you are convinced... Continue Reading →

NFL Players as Dream WWE Superstars!

The WWE has had their fair share of former collegiate or professional football players to enter the squared circle as a career, and most have found more success. Some of these greats include The Rock, John Cena, Brock Lesnar, Kane, Roman Reigns, Ric Flair, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and many, many more. This piece will... Continue Reading →

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