Wrestling legend Bret Hartwill be making an autograph appearance at The Wrestling Universe in Flushing (Queens) NY on Saturday afternoon February 22nd from 12-2pm. Also appearing will be Angelina Love, Santana Garrett, and Chasity Taylor.
Pro Wrestling Syndicate presents “Homecoming Havoc” on Saturday night February 22nd as PWS returns home to The Rahway Rec Center on 275 East Milton Ave in Rahway NJ for the first time in over a year since Hurricane Sandy damaged the venue.
Editor’s note: This column originally appeared on http://camelclutchblog.com and was written by Eric Gargiulo.
We are only a few months out but it appears that the dust is starting to settle around WWE WrestleMania 30. A new report indicates that the company have their top matches in place, some you expected, and one that is a bit of a shocker.
Dave Meltzer breaks down the card as it stands today in the latest Wrestling Observer newsletter. Meltzer is quick to point out that these matches could change between now and the event, yet this is what the company is working with today. The biggest question up to this point has been around John Cena and his match. Big Dave says that the company has a working plan in place.
Independent Women is an original Diva-Dirt.com production. In Episode 8 “Refueling”, Cheerleader Melissa, Mercedes Martinez and Niya pick up drinks, snacks and supplies prior to NCW Femmes Fatales XIII.
WWE announced this past Monday that The Animal, Dave Batista, is returning to the company in January. Honestly I was pleasantly surprised. I’m not a huge Batista fan but this should shake things up a little bit. I feel WWE has been a little stale lately, which is usually how I feel before Wrestlemania season.
So I’m looking forward to Batista’s arrival on January. But I don’t think Vince should stop there.
The time has come to bring Hulk Hogan back to World Wrestling Entertainment.
Every month, WWE Magazine celebrates WWE’s most malicious malcontents and all their evil machinations they’ve wrought on the WWE Universe by honoring them with our prestigious boot trophy. It’s the finest honor a villainous Superstar or Diva can hope to receive — unless they have a case of “Jerk” denial. Say hello to 2013’s most dastardly, despicable Superstars and Divas and read what they had to say when we gave them “the boot.”
Mandatory.com presents: “Ranking Every WWE Heavyweight Champion of All Time”
Since 1963 the WWE has been the defining name in professional wrestling, and no honor is higher than being WWE Champion. We went through the years and ranked every champion in the illustrious history of the company. Here is a ranking of all 43 champs.
43. Vince McMahon
Was there a more terrible idea than giving McMahon the title? Thankfully it only lasted six days. Not a good idea.
42. Andre the Giant
After Andre defeated Hulk Hogan, he immediately sold the belt to the Million Dollar Man. Jack Tunney entered and informed them that the title can’t be sold, The title was immediately vacated and Andre was no longer champion.
CAC honoree and WWE Hall of Famer James J. Dillon was featured at the ECWA Toys for TotsDecember 7, 2013 event!
ECWA tore through the Greater Newark Boys & Girls on Saturday December 7, 2013. In front of a loud capacity crowd the stars of the ECWA provided laughs and some breath taking ‘Oh My God!’ moments! WWE Hall of Famer JJ Dillon was on hand and a very popular man as the fans flocked to meet the wrestling legend. All this was in support of the US Marines and their Toys for Tots toy drive which was a rousing success! So what did you miss? Read the recap and results below to find out:
With this years PPV only a matter of days away i’m going down the list and reviewing the past PPV. Each articles will be a different year, also to see what was good and what was bad.
TLC 2010 This PPV once again focused on the young and upcoming superstar in Wade Barrett. This of course was the year of the Nexus who stole the summer in their take over / feud with WWE management. He took on the the face of the WWE in John Cena. Also on the card was a forgettable WWE title match with the Miz taking on Randy Orton. The under card was also forgettable. Hell this hole PPV was forgettable but the fact is its review time!
The Divas Tag Team Table match and the Tag Team Title matches were just filler. At the time the Tag Team division was a joke and had no meaning. The Divas match was a different from the norm and while the women gave good effort never stood out. Especially following a match before it.
#1 Contender Ladder Match For WWE Title: John Morrison Def. King Sheamus Before we get into this Lets remember that The Miz was champion at this time so the title was not was it usually is. The King Sheamus gimmick never got over and to have an Irish guy as a king was just laughable. Morrison has always been a guy that WWE management thought could be something but never matched up to the “Top Guy” role they wanted him to be.
John Cena Def. Wade Barrett in a Chairs Match. This really was the blow off with both guys, of course this was the year of the Nexus storyline and then they made Cena their B*tch. Cena got his revenge in this one and went on his marry way. Wade never rebounded since the Nexus and honestly looks lost. They have repacked him several times but nothing got him as over then when he was the top heel in the summer of this year.