FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE: Christian, Batista, Cesaro, and More!

Falls Count AnywhereHello 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!

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Falls Count Anywhere: Daniel Bryan, The Shield, Unified Champion, and more

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Hello once again wrestling fans.  A lot has happened since my last article, therefore, once again….Let’s get to it!

Daniel Bryan

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.

Falls Count Anywhere: My Thoughts on Miz, the Unified Championship, and More!

Falls-Count-AnywhereGood Day fellow wrestling fan’s.  I’ve been away a while and I apologize for that.  It’s been a busy couple of weeks here in the Canadian nation capital of Ottawa.  I’ve been away, but I’ve been watching, and I figure, why not vent some of my thoughts over the past couple of weeks of WWE TV.  I obviously can’t cover everything, however, here is what sticks out the most.  Let’s get to it.

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FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE: Is Anyone Else Sick of John Cena??

Falls Count AnywhereIs anyone else sick of John Cena?

June 27th, 2002. WWE Smackdown was on the air with Kurt Angle in the ring calling out anyone who was willing to take on the “very best in the business”.  Inspired by a Vince K. McMahon speech of ruthless aggression, John Cena hit the ring.  Throughout the match, he looked impressive.  He managed to counter the “Angle Slam” and an ankle lock submission, however eventually he lost to a hard amateur-style pin.  Since then, he’s won almost every single championship in WWE.  You think with 11+ years of WWE service, he would actually learn how to wrestle!

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