Here we go again, another CM Punk disagreement with management. Hard to believe, I know. About a year ago, while writing for another publisher, I wrote about how Punk was the unrivaled best in the world.
Hulkamania will clearly never die as 30 for 30 is back with PHASE A of our look at Wrestlemania X-8. Join us as we revisit the beginning of the collapse of the wrestling business and the end of the boom period.
With Phase A, we will educate you and give you all of the TRUE answers youve been waiting for, as we talk about the absolute failure that was the WCW Invasion and what could’ve been, the creative chaos of late 2001, the 9/11 Smackdown, hardcore vs. casual fans, the most bizarre reboot show in wrestling, the arrival of the NWO into the WWF and MUCH MORE~! Download this with RUTHLESS AGGRESSION!!
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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.
WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross has updated his Q&A section of JrsBarBq.com. Here are some questions he answered.
Rumors are spreading the return of Hulk Hogan making an appearance at Wrestlemania 30. Do you think the Hulkster has a match or two left in in? If so who would you like to see Hogan face? Not new rumors actually. I don’t see him trying to have a match. That would be sad, risky & isn’t necessary for Hulk to contribute to an event.
Editor’s note: This column originally appeared on www.bleacherreport.com and was written by David Bixenspan.
“WrestleMania 31, Levi’s Stadium and the Evolution of WWE’s Marquee Event”
After initially being reported by both NBC Bay Area and Wrestling Observer Newsletter editor Dave Meltzer (F4WOnline.com subscribers-only link), WWE.com has officially announced that WrestleMania 31 in 2015 is going to be held at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. Scheduled to open this Summer and located right on the border of Santa Clara and San Jose, Levi’s Stadium will be the home of the NFL’s San Franscico 49ers starting next season.
Its finally out there, in WWE own words or more less Triple H weekly sit down interview with Michael Cole he said: “In 11 years, after the brand extension is no longer, at TLC we will have a undisputed champion”, now I summed up what he said but that’s the majority of what he said about this match.
30 for 30 parties like its 1999!!!! And on today’s episode, it KIND OF IS! But it’s also 2000. Draven, GG, and D spend four hours reviewing Wrestlemania 2000, the sixteenth annual supercard from Anaheim! But as always we always give you more; such as: an over 15 minute bio on Chris Jericho, an analysis of the creative shift between the mysterious Chris Kreski and Vince Russo’s departure to WCW, the Radicalz jump from WCW, the birth of HUN TOR, WWE goes public, the addition of Smackdown, and A WHOLE LOT MORE! Celebrate the new millenium!!
Bombastic J and Bodacious G join the Emperor Big D as always…
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