Newsday.com presents: “Talking WrestleMania and Nassau Coliseum with ‘Rowdy’ Roddy Piper” by Alfonso Castillo

Piper and TCourtesy of Newsday.com writer Alfonso Castilo (photo credit: Tom Buchanan/Courtesy of WWE)

Among wrestling fans, the Nassau Coliseum may be considered “The House that Piper Built.”

From seconding Bob Orton in the main event of the first “Saturday Night’s Main Event” NBC primetime special in 1985, to headlining the New York portion of WrestleMania 2 in a boxing match against Mr. T in 1986, to winning a 1990 Bunkhouse Battle Royal with the help of a chain saw, “Rowdy” Roddy Piper has been front and center in some of the most epic wrestling cards the Uniondale arena has ever seen.

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DDP talks about his time in WCW and WWE, Vince McMahon, and much more

DDP 2DDP talks about his time in WCW and WWE, Vince McMahon, and much more!

Former WWE and WCW star Diamond Dallas Page recently took some time to participate in an exclusive in-depth interview with PWMania.com. DDP spoke on a variety of subjects from his time in WCW and WWE, Vince McMahon and Eric Bischoff, WWE purchasing WCW and more.

Newsday.com features Daniel Bryan, Batista, and more from the WWE Wrestlemania 30 press conference

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Courtesy of Newsday.com:

The most important action of Tuesday’s WrestleMania 30 news conference at Hard Rock Café in Times Square didn’t take place on the podium.

To the stage’s left, behind the press chairs, Josh Mathews spoke to the Bella Twins live on the WWE Network before the event began. Scribes turned their backs to the stage and took pictures of that broadcast, part of the biggest gamble Vince McMahon has taken since mortgaging everything he had to put WrestleMania I at Madison Square Garden on closed-circuit TV.

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Justin Credible discusses his favorite WWE WrestleMania moments

justin_credibleFormer ECW Champion and WWE Superstar Justin Credible has published a new column at PWMania.com. Credible discusses his favorite WWE WrestleMania moments.

Here are some highlights from his article:

“WrestleMania 17. This was my favorite WrestleMania for many reasons. The main event was a dream match. “Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. The Rock. These guys were the two biggest wrestlers of the “Attitude Era”. The build for this match was also masterful. Then on the other side of the spectrum It was my first appearance at WrestleMania. I had been to WrestleMania’s before during my Aldo days, but never performed. The show was held at Reliant Stadium in front of 67,000 fans. Even though it was on the pre show I got to go out, and wrestle on the WrestleMania stage. When the X Factor music hit I went through the curtain, and I couldn’t believe the sea of people. As I’m walking down the huge ramp to the ring I couldn’t help but think I made my dreams come true. The match was ok. I never got that big Mania moment, but for that moment I made it full circle. It was an amazing experience that I will never forget. The rest of the card speaks for itself, but WrestleMania 17 was Justin Credible.”
You can read Justin Credible’s column “The Justin Credible Report” in its entirety at this link.

Newsday.com features the WWE’s WrestleMania 30 kickoff event in NYC

WM30Courtesy of http://www.newsday.com:

Hulk Hogan, John Cena and others showed up on Tuesday, April 1, at the Hard Rock Café in Manhattan to discuss this Sunday’s WrestleMania 30 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. It will be the first pay-per-view offered on the online WWE Network. (Credit: Newsday / Chris Ware)

Watch the video here!

TheRichest.com presents: “Top 10 Shortest WWE Championship Reigns in History” by Stefano Mocella

wwe-championshipTheRichest.com presents: “Top 10 Shortest WWE Championship Reigns in History” by Stefano Mocella

The WWE Championship has had a long history and many title holders. In its early days, many held it for months, even years. However, as wrestling evolved, title reigns became shorter and shorter. With the abundance of tv shows, pay-per-views and live events, there are many more opportunities these days for the title to change hands. Sometimes it borders on ridiculous, as in recent years we have seen several superstars win the title 10 times.

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OWW Radio – David and Alex talk about the road to Wrestlemania XXX

OWW RadioWelcome to OWW Radio!  Each week hosts David (@dlb19338) and Alex (@AlexGoff84) will provide perspective to the WWE, TNA, and everything else making news in the world of professional wrestling.  This week David and Alex talk about everything leading up to and including Wrestlemania XXX, now only a week away in New Orleans, LA!  We chat about the Undertaker, John Cena, Bray Wyatt, Daniel Bryan, the Divas, the tag team division, and much more.  We hope you enjoy the show!

Listen to past episodes of OWW Radio here:

http://www.clickwrestle.com/podcasts/owwradio

Former WWE and current TNA superstar MVP talks about CM Punk, the WWE, and much more

MVP 3Former WWE and current TNA superstar MVP talks about CM Punk, the WWE, and much more!

Bleacher Report and Ring Rust Radio had former WWE and current TNA superstar MVP on the show this week, and it was a great episode with plenty of exclusive content and insight into the star’s TNA and WWE career, CM Punk’s situation, Lockdown, working in Japan and so much more!

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