With WWE having released Enzo Amore today, where does the Cruiserweight Division go from here? This came not too long after Rich Swann's incident here in Florida, so the depth is lacking a bit now.
Have you heard? There's a milestone Raw coming up! What's your single favorite episode and single favorite moment? (I'd ask for your least favorite, but, I assume it involves Katie and/or Vick.)
The question that will launch a thousand arguments, but which I don’t think has been properly debated on the blog –
Taking into account story, booking, workrate, bumps and everything else, what is Undertaker’s best Wrestlemania match?
After reading the recent Jindel Mahal win as 2017 Gooker award winner, I was thinking about how the WWE’s planned ‘tour’ of India slowly dwindled down from several shows to two shows to just one (with the inevitable Triple H win over Jinder). Regardless of Jinder’s ‘importance’ to the tour, it left me wondering why WWE was unable to draw sufficient interest in a tour.
TNA seemed to be popular despite only have Sonjay Dutt, to the point that they even had Ring Ka King, an India specific wrestling show with some of their talent, and even toured there a few times. So why was TNA able to gain a foothold in the country where wwe could not? Was it because the TNA numbers were sufficient for them justify it; where as those numbers would count as a significant loss for wwe? Or is TNA somehow more popular there?
I’d like to hear your thoughts.
Is there any concrete proof or reliable sources that Robert Remus actually was a US Marine, let alone a Drill Instructor? The internet seems to believe he was. The timeline is a bit off too, at least if we are to believe that he was a DI.
If he wasn't a US Marine DI… is this the greatest pro wrestling work of all time?
But more than anything I want to see PENTAGON!!! breaking NxT prospect arms on a weekly basis! He can work most styles, has what I consider one of the best looks in wrestling today, I don’t even need to understand him as the passion and anger in his voice tells me how much pain he wants to bring. Do we give him a mouthpiece? Do we try to ensure that mouthpiece doesn’t overshadow him?
From Rocky Maivia (wins IC title 3 months after debuting), the Nation Of Domination (Crush beats Bulldog, Taker, Ahmed within a few weeks on TV in early 97), Kurrgan, Furnas/LaFon (instant top contenders for tag titles) and many more were forced down the fans' throats and usually heavily rejected or conway-popped within a few months.
what the hell were they thinking? Throwing shit at the wall then let's see what sticks?? Desperation? Shaking things up?