It’s Saturday and today we have ’This Week in Wrestling’, the 42nd of 2021. Today Brian rates his top five (in this case 7) stars that that are making waves in the brand new NXT 2.0 and shares all the best wrestling content from this week.
If you were to have a high profile match or attend a big time show and had a choice of wrestling arenas to wrestle or watch it from….what would be your top five arenas you would choose? It doesn’t matter how big or small or if the building still exists or not.
B. Dangerous, Brian Damage, Gypsy King and Lowlife Louie Ramos
This week’s top five is all about wrestlers who were really good inside the ring, but weren’t the best at doing interviews and promos. We would also like to give a warm welcome to a new contributor to the blog…The Gypsy King! Welcome!
What? This week we return with the top five best catchphrases from a pro wrestler. What? Phrases that fans loved to chant with a particular wrestler. What? And no…the WHAT catchphrase should not be listed…ever.
Lowlife Louie Ramos, B. Dangerous and Brian Damage
This week’s Top Five is inspired by the unbelievable return and AEW debut of CM Punk coupled with the returns of both Becky Lynch and Brock Lesnar to WWE. What are your top five debuts and or returns in pro wrestling all time?
This week’s top five is inspired by the recent success of Matt (Don’t call me Zack Ryder) Cardona and his venture into the world of death matches. We look at wrestlers who may or may not have had great success under a certain gimmick or character…but have had a long career with the ability to reinvent themselves and adapt to the ever changing world of professional wrestling.
We return this week with the Top Five and look at wrestling factions that had a lot of promise in WWE and were ruined by poor booking decisions. It has been said in the past that Vince McMahon isn’t the biggest fan of factions in his company. What are your personal top five factions that could have been more successful than they ended up being in WWE?
Piggybacking from last week’s top five on tag team finishers…this week’s top five will be favorite finishing maneuvers from singles wrestlers. What are your top five all time finishers in pro wrestling from an individual star?
This week’s Top Five is all about music. What are your favorite entrance themes of all time? Music that helped get you pumped up for a wrestler’s arrival. Sometimes the music was better than the actual wrestler. What are your top five entrance themes? It doesn’t matter if it is from a well known artist/band or composed by the likes of Jim Johnston or Jimmy Hart.