WWE’s Issue With Booking Champions

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The WWE’s issue with booking champions is a tale as old as time. On last night’s episode of Monday Night Raw, both Sheamus and Nikki A.S.H. were the latest champions to fall victim to this ineffective brand of booking. This is a company which, years ago, adopted the mantra of “wins and losses don’t matter”. […] READ MORE


Why Karrion Kross Needs Jeff Hardy

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Karrion Kross met his first appearance on Monday Night Raw, with a surprise debut that ended in an even more surprise victory for his opponent, Jeff Hardy. Wins, and memorable matches, have been few and far between for the Triple Crown and Grand Slam champion, who has been featured sporadically across Raw and Main Event throughout […] READ MORE



Can Drew McIntyre Recapture his 2020 Magic?

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2020 was a great year for Drew McIntyre. The Scottish Warrior’s reversal of fortunes was a pro wrestling Cinderella story. Upon first signing with the WWE in his early twenties he was fast tracked to main event status, on the Friday Night SmackDown roster,  declared the “Chosen One” and a future WWE champion by no […] READ MORE


Monday Night Raw Continues To Be Difficult Viewing

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Monday Night Raw desperately needs to start building stars. For too long now – and this has been a problem since before the pandemic – the show has been a stagnant, stale three hours of increasingly difficult, often unbearable viewing. Through no fault of its superstars, of which there are many, the show continues to […] READ MORE


Predicting The WWE Hell in a Cell Card

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Hell in a Cell is two weeks from Sunday and the card is beginning to shake up. As two matches are announced already on the Raw side, here’s a prediction as to what the entire card should look like based on current stories taking place on television. Universal Championship: Roman Reigns (c) vs. Jimmy Uso […] READ MORE


Why WWE Should Tread Carefully With Drew McIntyre

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Drew McIntyre is an established name in the WWE. He has been fortunate enough to have not one, but two spells with the company. The first was, of course, that of the “Chosen One” (2009-2014) – the hand-picked-by Vince McMahon superstar who was to become the next big thing. Things did not work out, however. […] READ MORE


WWE Breaking Point Deserves A Second Chance

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Nostalgia is a funny thing in WWE. Especially when it comes to shows like WWE Breaking Point. WWE have this notion that wrestling fans will lap up any single bit of nostalgia they throw at us. Goldberg winning the Universal Championship, RAW: Legends Night and The Undertaker’s Final Farewell all played on that feeling. While […] READ MORE


The Celtic Resurgence: The Sheamus Comeback

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Sheamus has now been a member of the WWE main roster for almost twelve years. Since debuting on the June 30, 2009 episode of ECW on Sci Fi (the affectionately dubbed “fake” ECW), Sheamus has gone on to establish himself as a pivotal member of the roster. Whether as a babyface or as a heel, […] READ MORE


#AndNEW: Sheamus Wins United States Championship at WrestleMania

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On Night Two of WrestleMania 37, Sheamus challenged Riddle for the WWE United States Championship. These two hard-hitting competitors have been at odds for several weeks. This began when “The Celtic Warrior” attacked “The Original Bro” with the latter’s own scooter, leaving him laying backstage. Despite his laidback personality, Riddle knew the threat that Sheamus […] READ MORE