Jamie Lithgow & Brian Damage
In the latest installment of ‘This Week in Wrestling’ Jame shares what wrestling taught him this week and Brian finds the best images and videos on the web.
All that and more in the latest ‘This Week in Wrestling’
“Well You Know Something Mean Gene…”
- Wrestling today is three women arguing amongst themselves on front of fans who would rather tweet about it than watch it.
- How on Earth did a combination of Seth Rollins’ foot and Dean Ambrose’s face shatter a cinderblock? It’s a cinderblock!
- Somehow the new WWE Title belt looks even cheaper than the previous one. Of all titles in the company it has the highest percentage of plastic… how can that be the top title?!
- Vignette’s and promos only exist to facilitate change.
- Mark Henry doesn’t have a problem with other country’s flags, unless he can see them.
- Sponsors illuminated by spotlights litter WWE’s backstage, and supposedly off-camera, area.
- What is the difference between a ‘No Holds Barred’ and a ‘No DQ match’?
- Seth Rollins needs a new briefcase.
- Advertising the WWE Network on an event broadcast on said network is in no way preaching to the converted.
- First we had the “Roman Reigns” game then it was the “9.99” game. Now, Nikki Bella has introduced the world to the “you know what” game.
Amy Dumas (Lita) retired from the ring in 2006 and since then has followed other dreams…like singing in a punk rock band. This is Amy and her band she calls…”The Luchagors.”
It’s time for a very obscure Where Are They Now???
Cheryl Roberts, the former wife of Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts, was involved in a storyline with her ex and ‘Ravishing’ Rick Rude. She is no longer involved in the wrestling business and is living a quiet life in the south.
This is the last known picture of Andre the Giant while he was alive. It is Andre with his mother and a long time family friend. The picture was taken of January 24th, 1993….3 days before he died in his sleep from heart failure.
A first look at the WWE’s version of Kevin Steen and Fergal Devitt
In 1975….the late, great Classy Freddie Blassie recorded an album entitled….’Blassie: King of Men.’ The main track was a song called “Pencil Neck Geek”…His signature catchphrase.
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