So the top of the Wrestlemania card is shaping up, and if we’re being honest, it is pretty underwhelming. The “face” of the WWE, Randy Orton is scheduled to headline the event versus Batista, a match exactly zero people are excited to see. Maybe WWE management will add Daniel Bryan to the match to please the fans, but as of now Bryan is scheduled to wrestle Triple H. And besides I’m not a big fan of changing matches the night of a show. I like the build. I like the storylines. That’s what sells it for me. Not last-minute changes. It took 2 years for the Mega-Powers to explode, and when they finally met in Atlantic City it was a memorable moment.
Hello dear wrestling fans, here we go with another addition of Falls Count Anywhere. This week, I thought I cover a little bit on various topics that are on the minds of not only myself, but many wrestling fans. There is a lot of things I’ve liked a lot, and a few that have been perplexing to say the least. Let’s get going!
Regarding Daniel Bryan maintaining his popularity and continuing to grow, Cena said, “Predicting the next WWE Superstar is like predicting the crooked stock market at the turn of the 19th century. You just can’t. That’s what’s beautiful about the WWE audience, that’s why I love it so much. It changes everyday, every arena, every city. I don’t know who will be next but I will keep trying to put people front and center so the WWE Universe gets a good look at people.”
Recently WWE Superstar John Cena unveiled a groundbreaking weight loss program for the U.S. with which users have already lost a total of over 4.2 million pounds around the world. Built on the three key pillars of NUTRITION, EXERCISE and, most importantly, MOTIVATION, 10 Weeks BodyChange is a simple, effective, and natural way to shed the extra pounds and kick start a healthier lifestyle in the new year.
2013 was a breakout year for you. What went right?
I think teaming with Kane in Team Hell No was really entertaining for the fans. I think WWE fans have always appreciated my wrestling, but they wanted something more as far as personality goes, and Team Hell No really gave them that. And just being given the opportunity to be seen as a main-event guy. For John Cena to pick me as his opponent for the SummerSlam main event was huge for me. That was the biggest opportunity I’ve ever had. Very few people are given that kind of opportunity.
Hello once again wrestling fans. A lot has happened since my last article, therefore, once again….Let’s get to it!
This guy’s potential is absolutely endless. The week of TLC, WWE broadcast Raw from Bryan’s home state of Washington. The reaction for him anywhere else is strong. However, in Seattle, the people seemed to get louder, the longer the night went on. Why they are not using him in the main card is beyond comprehension. Randy Orton, and much to my regret John Cena are major players, however, when chants of “Dan-iel Bry-an” and “Yes” drown out the promo’s with almost every major champion over the past decade in the ring. That speaks volumes. I like the Wyatt family, it’s a great new group of characters, but Daniel Bryan should not be wasted with them. In my mind, along with CM Punk, Daniel Bryan is the best in the business today. They should be at least used like it.
Former ECW champion and WWE star Justin Credible has published a new column at PWMania.com. Credible talks about life after wrestling, previews Sunday’s WWE TLC and more. This week Justin Credible has Petey Williams as the special guest on his Pro Wrestling 101 video series.
Here is an excerpt from his article:
“The reality of life after wrestling is starting to cross my mind more and more. I have done things in wrestling that I never thought possible. I was a World Champion, I wrestled in a WrestleMania, and I have been able to make a living at the thing I love to do most. Now what do I do when the roar of the crowd silences. When I can’t walk that aisle anymore. I have a couple of ideas, but nothing I mean nothing is like hearing the fans cheer or boo you, on any given night. I guess all of us come to this point in life.”