After picking out the top performer in 2015 in WWE (and believe me, it didn’t match the Slammys!), it’s time to rattle through a few more year-end awards. As ever, these are obviously my opinion, and my opinion only…
Throughout the years, there’s been a long list of “internet darlings”; wrestlers who have had a vocal following online, but have, for whatever reason, have struggled to make that breakthrough and have that popularity reflect into the mainstream (or at least, get the chance to do so).
With just eleven days left in 2015, and with no major shows left in any wrestling calendars, it’s about time to cast an eye back on the year and pick out the best and the worst that 2015 had to offer. Throughout the remainder of 2015, I’ll be posting a series of Awards articles. Everyone’s
Last night saw the much heralded TakeOver: London at Wembley’s SSE Arena, for the culmination of the first NXT tour outside of the United States. To the fans watching on the WWE Network, you saw what has become the standard for NXT, with five matches in two hours, with the only offensive content coming
Well, that was typical, wasn’t it? On Sunday, I wrote an entry here wondering out loud “where does WWE go to for WrestleMania”, after Roman Reigns lost yet another title match. Fast forward 24 hours later, and Reigns ended Raw on top of the pile, as the new WWE champion. But the question hasn’t
As you may or may not know, in just under four months time, WWE will be holding it’s thirty-second WrestleMania event. Ever since WWE made the event a regular stadium show back in 2007, there has been increasing pressure on the company to not only fill the larger venues, but to put on a