This Week in Wrestling 2014 week 47

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Jamie Lithgow, Craig Wilson and Brian Damage

In the latest installment of ‘This Week in Wrestling’ Jamie shares what wrestling taught him this week, Craig looks back at Macho Man Randy Savage joining WCW – on the 20th anniversary of that event - and Brian finds the best wrestling related images and videos.

All that and more in this edition of ‘This Week in Wrestling’

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Top Five Survivor Series Teams

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Craig Wilson and Jamie Lithgow

This Sunday’s Survivor Series will see a main event of Team Cena featuring John Cena, Dolph Ziggler, Big Show, Ryback and Erick Rowan take out Team Authority of Seth Rollins, Kane, Mark Henry, Rusev and new Intercontinental Champion Luke Harper in a traditional Survivor Series elimination tag team match.

Today on the blog – in homage to that Survivor Series tradition - Craig and Jamie share their favourite teams to have competed at the event. Continue reading

Monday Night Wars: 16 November 1998

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Craig Wilson & Jamie Lithgow

‘Monday Night Wars’ continues with the episodes of Raw and Nitro from 16 November 1998. It’s the Raw after Survivor Series where The Rock won the WWF title. Over on Nitro, a title changes hands, a familiar face returns and one of wrestling’s best big men makes his WCW debut by targeting Goldberg.

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Sunday Sermon: Revisiting the Montreal Screwjob

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Craig Wilson, Jamie Lithgow, Brian Damage, Gary Henderson & Russ Morgan

With it so recently being the anniversary of the “Montreal Screwjob” and having a desire to have some Survivor Series discussion, what better way to start than a look at the most controversial moment in the history of the event, if not WWE history.

Today, the team look back at the Montreal Screwjob some 17 years later and discuss whether it’s still relevant, was Vince McMahon right in his actions and whether or not it was a work or not. Continue reading