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!
It’s Saturday and today we have ’This Week in Wrestling’, the 29th of 2021. Today Brian examines the potential AEW signings of both CM Punk and Bryan Danielson and how they stack up to when WCW signed Scott Hall and Kevin Nash and shares all the best wrestling content from this week.
B. Dangerous, Brian Damage and Lowlife Louie Ramos
This week’s Top Five, let’s try to come up with a top five on Daniel Bryan who looks like his WWE career may be coming to an end next week. Rumors have it, his contract is up and may go wrestle elsewhere. Could be matches or moments that really stood out in WWE or anywhere else that he has competed.
Make no mistake about it, pro wrestling does have a dark side to it. There are hundreds upon hundreds of stories about the dark and sometimes sinister side as chronicled in my ‘Wrestling with Sin‘ series. This piece is a direct opposite of that. With every bad story I have shared…there are also positive stories. Stories of wrestlers making it above and beyond the ring. Positive stories to inspire. Pro wrestlers aren’t all drug addicts, scam artists and carny sideshows. They all don’t die at an early age, or are broke and need to wrestle till they die. They don’t necessarily have to get into acting like The Rock or Batista. They don’t have to necessarily switch over to MMA like Brock Lesnar or CM Punk. Some of these stories are just about hard work, dreaming big and doing whatever it takes to succeed. We’ve already covered some stories as chronicled in part 1 and part 2. With that said, let’s look at some positives…
This week’s top five is looking at the top five greatest feuds and or rivalries in pro wrestling history. What feuds grabbed your attention and made you glued to your seat whether at a venue or watching at home? Continue reading →
Leave it to Vince McMahon and try to corner every single television demographic imaginary. In the late summer of 2012, WWE returned to the Saturday morning market by giving us a show geared toward kids only. The show was known as ‘WWE Saturday Morning Slam’ and it was shown on the CW network as a part of the Vortexx Saturday morning block. Vortexx was a block of animated shows by a company called Saban which was best known for prducing ‘The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers’ franchise. Continue reading →
Here is another piece on pro wrestling facts, stats, trivia answers and all that other good stuff. These little nuggets of truth won’t win you any prizes or anything like that. It’s just all in good fun. You may know some or all or you may not know any at all. Any way you slice it, let’s go and try and learn something new or not…Continue reading →
Craig Wilson, Brian Damage, Jamie Lithgow and Padraic Toolan
After an MVP one-hour performance in the gauntlet match on a recent Smackdown Live and a stellar showing in the Elimination Chamber, Kofi Kingston now has a title shot against Daniel Bryan at March 2019’s Fastlane event. Today, in this latest Sunday Sermon, the team look at the possibility of Kingston as WWE Champion.. Continue reading →