Hello, my name is Ryan James Divad. But most people call me RJ, RJ Divad. Now I was able to get into this David Jr. account to write this article. Unlike this David Jr, I am not a wrestling fan. I don’t know if you are aware of this, but wrestling is fake. But I recently found out from one of your legends, how fake it really is. So I, RJ, am here to teach you how this so called sport does some of its fakeness. [Read more...]
Gesus Oliver wrote an article about how WCW could have changed the world. Well I can tell you about a place, where it did. If you read my article, Honest Abe, you’ll know that I’m 200 years old. I was born as Jeremiah Junior. Being 200 years old, I found an alternate universe, in which I have traveled to. I would like to tell you about this universe and how WCW is looked as a legendary company there. [Read more...]
I write this article out of fear of WWENews getting hacked and shut down. The recent incidents in our global politics has lead to the movie The Interview release date being canceled. We have heard reports of Sony getting hacked and threats against the safety of many across the world who watches the movie upon it’s release. It has led me to a simple question of how we got here and who is to blame. There will be many pundits on many of airwaves who are more than eager to point fingers. Sadly, my opinion lands squarely on WCW. [Read more...]
I expect a number of people in the IWC to get up screaming and yelling about the Tribute To The Troops, and while saying all the right things about the United States Military, our Armed Forces, and the men and women who give their all so that we can have the freedoms most of us in this country take advantage of everyday, they will pick apart one moment of the show until the bones of it are left laying out in the sun with nothing left on them.
2014 is almost over. WWE has held 12 pay-per-views this year. We began with the Royal Rumble in January and ended with TLC in December. I have done articles in the past called Ultimate Something. Something is sometimes a pay-per-view like Wrestlemania. Something is sometimes a country, city, state or stadium like Madison Square Garden. This article it’s going to be a year. The year is 2014. I will not include the NXT specials in this. So I present to you the Ultimate 2014. [Read more...]
While there has been a plethora of podcast interviews I could have covered over the last few weeks I have been saving myself for this special little gem. When Kevin Gill revealed a few weeks ago he would be having former WWE Superstar Sean ‘X-Pac’ Waltman on his podcast I knew this was going to be something special and something that I had to cover. Kevin Gill has interviewed many former and current WWE Superstars (Check out the back catalogue on KevinGillShow.Com) including Hacksaw Jim Duggan, Greg Valentine, Kevin Steen aka Kevin Owens, and the Hardcore Legend, Mick Foley. But what makes Waltman different from all these past and fascinating guests in his life story and his journey in the wrestling industry. We’ve all heard the stories about Waltman’s antics in and out of WWE, and who better than the man himself to tell his side of the story. [Read more...]
Tables, Ladders and Chairs (and stairs) is here.
The last WWE pay-per-view of the year.
We’ll see Tables, Ladders and Chairs.
This year, we will also see stairs.
There are a few things that you should know.
It’s the third straight WWE Pay-Per-View show.
That the WWE Championship won’t be on the line.
But it will give other guys a chance to shine.
So who is excited for TLC?
The last 2014 pay-per-view in WWE. [Read more...]
I swear it feels like I go from loving WWE booking, to hating it almost every week. Let alone every pay per view. I hate half of this card, because none of it makes any sense. So I intend to correct their mistakes by giving my version. As always I will not use any inactive or injured superstars, and I must go based off the results of the last pay per view. Let’s get booking. [Read more...]
In the last 2 weeks CM Punk has appeared on Colt Cabana’s Art of Wrestling podcast to discuss what really happened with his WWE exit. One of the comments to come out about his final days in WWE was Punk’s dislike for Triple H and the revelation that Punk received a text from Triple H two days before he received papers by FedEx to say he was fired on his wedding day. This nugget of information sparked controversy across the internet leaving many fans feeling outraged and upset. But why are we surprised Triple H did something to cause controversy? After all it’s not like this is the first time he has been involved in controversy during his WWE run. Lets take a look back at some of his most infamous controversial moments. [Read more...]
It is time to do Nursery Rhymes, an NXT one.
This is for NXT Takeover: R Evolution.
The fourth NXT special this year.
And the end of the year is near.
So I did it for NXT: Fatal 4 Way.
Now NXT Takeover: R Evolution, I have a few to say.
I’ve done this many times.
It’s time for some Nursery Rhymes.
So let’s take a look at what’s in store.
For the NXT special number four. [Read more...]
Once again I managed to come across an event on the WWE Network I have never seen before. There is very few and far between parts in terms of WWE programing I have not seen yet and this was the perfect opportunity to watch another show from when I was growing up. The event was held in Toronto, Canada back in August 1986 in front of a then record crown of 74,000 fans. The main event promoted on the card ended up being a battle between the WWF Champion at the time Hulk Hogan, and ‘Mr. Wonderful’ Paul Orndorff. The Big Event was one of the earliest WWF Pay Per Views from back in the early days of the company and was a show I enjoyed from top to bottom of the card. [Read more...]
So at UFC 181 the news became official as CM Punk confirmed in an interview that he would be stepping into the Octagon in 2015 under the UFC banner. No doubt this is a great move by the UFC as there is always interest in how WWE performers would actually fare in a real fight situation. Punk on the other hand will more than likely do very well financially out of this as UFC deals can be very lucrative for the top drawing fighters but realistically how well will Punk do in a real fight situation? After all there is a massive difference between performing moves that have the cooperation of your opponent and stepping into a cage where your opponent legitimately wants to hurt you.
Superstars of the Week: The Usos
After a few months since losing the Tag Team Championships to Gold & Stardust, The Usos are back in the hunt once again for the gold. The Usos managed to win a number one contender’s tag team turmoil match on Raw after pinning Adam Rose and The Bunny to officially earn a shot against The Miz and Damien Mizdow at TLC. Miz started to make things interesting when he approached Naomi backstage which led to Jimmy Uso scoring a singles win over Miz on Main Event. Jey Uso wasn’t as fortunate as Jimmy, as The Miz managed to get a win over him on SmackDown. While it may seem random or boring to some fans, I’m glad The Usos aren’t being put on the back-burner since losing their titles. [Read more...]
To WWE fans, late March or early April means Wrestlemania season. To NWA fan, late November and December to WCW fans meant Starrcade. Starrcade originally started in November, but moved to December because of the Survivor Series. Since we are in December, I felt it was fitting to do an Ultimate Starrcade. [Read more...]
It seems WrestleMania season starts earlier every year. TLC hasn’t even approached us yet, and ideas for WrestleMania 31 are already stating to form, or at the very least being speculated. So I decided to give my thoughts on the 3 matches I would love to see at this year’s WreslteMania. With my chosen three, you will notice I left out obvious picks like Sting and Brock Lesnar who will undoubtedly be on the card in a main event caliber match. This list is for other superstars who will be on the card, but their role is less certain. With that, here are my three matches I want to see at WrestleMania 31.