While watching Raw this week I was thinking about the past few months and how disappointed I have been. While some of it has been good a lot of it however has been awful. So I thought about what they could / should do to improve the shows. So here are a few of my thoughts.
Paul Heyman is on the mic to start us out this week. Paul says it’s time for him to start scouting for a new Paul Heyman Guy. Heyman goes on to see he is blown away by everything he has seen in NXT. Somewhere in the locker room is the next Paul Heyman Guy, the next Paul Heyman, or the next Brock Lesnar. (more…)
The show starts with Enzo Amore and Colin Cassidy cutting a promo. As a team, they are undefeated. One thing they are not… is S-A-W-F-T. Saaaawwft! What Enzo sees is a dance floor. Colin starts to sing as Tons of Funk dances their way to the ring. Clay and Sweet T dance in the ring a little bit. Amore and Cassidy start to leave, but Mason Ryan’s music hits. Tons of Funk destroy Enzo and Colin. Ryan hits his finisher on Amore. Mason starts to leave the ring, but they get him to stay and dance. I found it hilarious. (more…)
Had to get this post out before Money in the Bank begins, but as of Friday we found out Kane had been removed from the Money in the Bank All-Star match up, so the big question is who is going to replace him? Richard has reported of a couple names that have been mentioned to replace him and then there has been lots of speculation some logical and some way out there. So I thought I would put my two pennies (is that the English version of two cents?) in and talk about who I think is possible to replace Kane as well as who I would want to replace Kane.
Welcome to another edition of Ready to Ramble where I ramble on about random stories and happenings in the world of the WWE. (more…)
The Shield has faced many teams since their debut in November. Most of the teams have featured top stars, but the team Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns will be taking on next haven’t been in the top of the card. The Uso’s won a triple threat number one contenders match on Raw by defeating Tons of Funk and Jinder Mahal and Drew McIntyre of 3MB. The twin brothers are at the peak of their careers right now, but to many fans, it seems obvious The Shield will defeat them. While many are disappointed by that fact, I’m going to lighten things up by naming several big names/teams that should be challenging for the tag team gold. (more…)
If you missed Payback or haven’t been on the internet until now, you may have missed the announcement that was made last night
of the definite return of Mr. Monday Night, Rob Van Dam.
WWE aired a video package hyping his return which looks to be at next months Money In The Bank PPV. The Chicago crowd
was so into this even breaking out into “RVD” chants and I was sitting at home chanting along with them. (more…)
In wrestling, the gladiatorial stage is set to be ignited with the light, sound and spectacle of a rock concert. An effective entrance facilitates the crowd’s ability to roar with delight for their heroes or vent frustration at a despised heel. In my first ever article for WWENews.net, I felt it would be fitting to explore the role of the WWE entrance with reference to a few examples. (more…)