Ring the Damn Bell’s Not the Slammys 2016 Pt.1

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John Carbery, Brian Damage, Jamie Lithgow and Craig Wilson

It’s that time of the year again, it’s time for our end of the year awards, our version of the Slammys. Similar to previous years, it’ll be divided into two parts. This week we’ll put forward our nominations for the following awards:

  • Best Newcomer
  • Worst Turn
  • Biggest Missed Opportunity
  • Best Pay Per View
  • Female superstar of the year
  • Superstar most needing a change of fortune
  • Most Likely to Succeed from NXT

So, without further ado.

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Sunday Sermon: A Return to the Good Old Days for Survivor Series?

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Craig Wilson, Brian Damage, John Carbery, Russ Morgan and Amerigo Diehl

Next Sunday a series of WWE superstars will, in retro style, strive to survive in the Thanksgiving tradition that is Survivor Series. In today’s Sunday Sermon we discuss the return to the original format of old and what impact that will have on an event that hasn’t stood out for a number of years. Continue reading

Top Five NXT Graduates

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Craig Wilson, John Carbery and Brian Damage

This Saturday is NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn II and in homage to that upcoming show, this Top Five takes a look at the best performers to have graduated from NXT to the main WWE roster. From Finn Balor through to current WWE Champion Dean Ambrose, via Sasha Banks and Xavier Woods, we examine which have had the most success on Raw and Smackdown.

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Sunday Sermon: Is Finn Balor The Future of the WWE

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Craig Wilson, Jamie Lithgow, Brian Damage and John Carbery

It’s Sunday Sermon and with it being blindingly obvious that the WWE has strapped a rocket to the back of Finn Balor, it becomes quite obvious fodder for a Sermon discussion. Have the WWE got it right with Balor? Does he deserve to be pushed to the top or, as Vince Russo suggested, is the company merely pandering to the IWC? All that and more is discussed today. Continue reading