Craig Wilson, Brian Damage, Benjamin Trecroci, John Carbery and Earl Marx
It’s Sunday Sermon time and this week we take a look at the state of the tag team division on Raw and on Smackdown in the WWE at the moment. Today we ask: does it need a revoution to sort it?
Craig Wilson, Jamie Lithgow, John Carbery, Brian Damage and Earl Marx
It’s Sunday Sermon time and following last weekend’s Royal Rumble, it seems only topical that we assess whether or not Randy Orton was the correct choice to win the Rumble or if someone else was a more suitable candidate. We’ll also discuss if we think another battle between Orton and John Cena is something we want to see at WrestleMania 33?
To continue our build to this year’s Royal Rumble, it seemed as good a way to hype as any to take in some older bouts from the event’s history. Today we go back a decade and take in the 30-minute battle royal that took place at the 2007 edition of the annual spectacle. Continue reading
Craig Wilson, Brian Damage and Earl Marx
We’re a matter of weeks away from the event that kicks-off the road to WrestleMania, in the Royal Rumble. In today’s Sunday Sermon, we discuss the likely winner of the Rumble match and who goes to WrestleMania to face the champion of his choice.
Today we kick-off our countdown to this year’s WWE Royal Rumble event by looking through the event’s long history and picking out some of the most famous moments in ‘The Royal Rumble in Numbers’. So strap yourself in and check out some of the most interesting records set at the January spectacle. Continue reading
Many reading this blog will have gotten the wrestling bug during the infamous ‘Monday Night Wars’ in the late 90s. It was a time that saw millions tune in week in, week out to catch WWF and WCW. But by no means was it the first wrestling war between the two. Today we head back to the 80s and see what kicked off the battle between Jim Crockett jr. and Vince McMahon. Continue reading
Craig Wilson, Brian Damage, Russ Morgan & Jamie Lithgow
We are now only one week away from one of the worst hyped and built-to WrestleManias in the history of the event. We have a card but are we really sure we know what match is going up last? Will it be Triple H vs. Roman Reigns or will it be Shane McMahon’s Hell in a Cell clash with The Undertaker. That’s the topic of this latest Sunday Sermon. Continue reading