Sunday Sermon: Could Extreme Rules be the ultimate Rusev Day?

Craig Wilson and Brian Damage

At Extreme Rules later this month, Rusev will face AJ Styles for the WWE title. It makes us wonder, could Extreme Rules become the ultimate Rusev day? Will he him take home the WWE title? That’s the topic of chat in today’s Sunday Sermon. Continue reading


Sunday Sermon: HBK One More Match?

Craig Wilson, Jamie Lithgow, Ben Trecroci, Brian Damage and Amerigo Diehl

This week when promoting the upcoming UK tournament, Shawn Michaels said in an interview with Sky he’d be interested in one more match if done right. In today’s Sunday Sermon, we discuss the possibilities of who that opponent could be. Continue reading

Sunday Sermon: Smackdown Gets Smacked Down By NBC

Brian Damage, Jamie Lithgow and Benjamin Trecroci

This past week, it was revealed that NBC wants to renew their television deal with Monday Night Raw and are willing to pay three times what it is worth. The catch is, however, NBC wants to get rid of Smackdown Live. If WWE agrees to renew RAW with NBC Universal, that means that WWE can start shopping Smackdown on other networks. Is this a good or bad thing for the WWE? Will a network or cable outlet be willing to buy television rights to Smackdown and not Raw? If yes, would Smackdown remain a live show or go back to being taped? All this and more in this week’s Sunday Sermon. Continue reading

Sunday Sermon: What Else Do We Want to See on the WWE Network?

Jamie Lithgow, Craig Wilson and Brian Damage

Last week saw the debut of ‘Something Else To Wrestle’ on the WWE Network. For those unaware, this is a spin-off from the ‘Something To Wrestle With Bruce Prichard’ podcast which is probably the most popular wrestling podcast around right now. On the heels of this, today the team put WWE’s extensive archive to one side and consider WWE’s original content created specifically for their Network. What do we like? What do we dislike? What would we like to see more of and do we have any ideas for shows ourselves, that’s the discussion in today’s Sunday Sermon? Continue reading