Sunday Sermon: The History Making Renee Young

Craig Wilson, Jamie Lithgow, Brian Damage and Amerigo Diehl

This past Monday, Renee Young became the first full-time female voice of the WWE’s primary show, Monday Night Raw. In today’s Sunday Sermon, the team discuss the importance of this moment. Continue reading

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Sunday Sermon: All In

Jamie Lithgow, Brian Damage and Craig Wilson

Last Saturday the Sears Centre in Chicago played host to the biggest independent wrestling show held on American soil in the last 25 years. ALL IN, promoted by Cody (Rhodes) and The Young Bucks, took place in front of over 11,000 fans, a pay per view audience and thousands of Fite TV customers. Having had time to digest the show, in today’s Sunday Sermon, the team discuss their thoughts on what they saw and the impact its apparent success may have on the wrestling industry going forward. Continue reading

Sunday Sermon: Is The NXT Talent Pool Drying Up?

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Jamie Lithgow, Craig Wilson, Brian Damage and Benjamin Trecroci

“There’s a lot of talented athletes in NXT, but what they have down there right now, I don’t see outshining anything on the main roster” The words of Braun Strowman in a recent interview with SPN Action. Is he right? Do we agree? Is the WWE main roster really that good that nobody in NXT could possibly fit into it? That’s today’s Sunday Sermon topic. Continue reading

Sunday Sermon: The Women’s Evolution

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Craig Wilson, Brian Damage, Benjamin Trecroci and Jamie Lithgow

So, last week in ‘This Week in Wrestling’ we talked about the potential introduction of a women’s tag team title. In the end, the big reveal ended up being the announcement of a women’s only PPV. In today’s Sunday Sermon, the team discusses what this means not only for the WWE but also for the company in general. Continue reading