The Five-Count: The Wyatt Family, Reigns/Rollins, Cameron Botches, Night Of Champions

The Five-Count

I’m back with a lot to talk about! Night of Champions is coming up tomorrow and I wanted to make sure I got this done and out there for you all to read before the PPV arrived. There’s been several article ideas cross my mind this week that I wasn’t able to work out long details to make a whole article, so you’re going to see some of those things at the end!

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The Five-Count: Roman Reigns Once Again, Stardust/Goldust Heel Turn, Bold Prediction For Cesaro

The Five-Count

Superstar of the Week: Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns once again gets the spot of Superstar of the Week. Reigns won a handicap match against Seth Rollins and Kane by disqualification on Raw. Reigns went gain another disqualification victory over Bray Wyatt in the opening match on this week’s SmackDown. And finally, Reigns teamed with Big Show and Mark Henry to beat The Wyatt Family in the main event of SmackDown. Reigns is definitely being groomed to be the next top guy. I’ve found that some fans are creating their own bandwagon and bashing Reigns for every little thing. He isn’t “the guy” yet, he’s being groomed and prepared for that spot! Give him some time to develop fully and he will show us some incredible things very soon. [Read more...]

The Tag Team Division Is Here To Stay


Over the past year, the tag team division in WWE has been remarkable. Several teams have emerged as serious competitors, and have taken the business by storm. There are high flying teams like The Usos, strong teams like The Wyatt Family, and even strange teams like Goldust and Stardust. You can even watch NXT and see how the future of tag teams look when you watch The Ascension in action. A few years ago, the division was a complete joke. Now, it’s one of the most entertaining bits on television. It’s always a nice break from the traditional one on one matches. Tag Teams are here to stay in the WWE, and they will only get better with time. In this article, I will discuss certain key aspects of the division that make it must see television. [Read more...]

WWE Live: Road to WrestleMania

It was the second day of March, on a cold Sunday night. I went to Bloomington, Illinois for my fourth WWE event. I’ve seen quite a few wrestlers since going to Raw in St. Louis three years ago heading into WrestleMania 27. I’ve been to three house shows in Bloomington, Springfield, and now back to Bloomington again. [Read more...]

Heroes and Villains

"Mr. McMahon" Was A Great Heel

“Mr. McMahon” Was a great Heel.

I remember the good old days, a million years ago in the 80′s, when I was a kid watching the WWF on Saturday mornings. The characters were pretty straight forward back then, I knew who to boo and I knew who to cheer based on their actions in the ring, or how they cut their promos. These days? Not so much.


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The Most Entertaining Program That Will Never Happen

R-Truth the nut


That’s right folks!  It’s an R-Truth article, if you don’t like it you should probably leave…..wait don’t go!  It’s also a Wyatt Family article, and who doesn’t love The Wyatts!  Did I just give away the entire article?  Sort of, I assume you all know that there’s a lot more to a storyline than just who’s involved.  But yes, this is about The Wyatt Family and R-Truth.  Now this isn’t a program that pits The Wyatt Family against R-Truth.  Every Little Jimmy out there knows that R-Truth is way more entertaining as a heel character that’s gone completely bonkers.  Therefore, this angle puts R-Truth WITH The Wyatt Family.  Now, for those of you that think “What’s Up!?!” whenever somebody says R-Truth, I highly stress that you go back and watch some of his heel promos, his mic-skills are right up there with Bray Wyatt’s.  Now let’s resume, with every program you have to think of how to lay the ground work and set up the actual run.  And with every program there’s plenty of ways to do it, but only one RIGHT way. [Read more...]

The Live Experience

WWE Live Logo

Two weeks ago, I attended my second house show. This one took place in Springfield, Illinois. I’ve been to a RAW in St. Louis (2011), and I went to my first live event this past June in Bloomington, Illinois. I’m going to start off by saying that I actually prefer the house shows over TV tapings. Why? Because there is more fan interaction, and timing is not a big issue. [Read more...]

NXT Results (7/31/13) – The Wyatt Family Says Goodbye


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. [Read more...]