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Women’s and Diva’s Title History – From Ass Kickers to Eye Candy

WWE Diva's Title HistoryThe reason for any individual to be involved in the world of professional wrestling is to grab the brass ring, win the big one, become champion. To hold the championship means you are the best in the world at what you do, you are to be taken seriously, you are numero uno, and that every other person on the roster better take notice. It is expected that you will headline the pay per views, you will make the media appearances, you will be the face of the company. Yet, with all of that being said, the various championships in the WWE continually lose their importance and value. The championships have become secondary to the drama that fuels the company. (more…)

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Daniel Bryan – Buried or Not, Here He Comes!

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“Seriously? A yes chant’s more popular than I am?”
Several weeks back, the WWE held a tele-conference for it’s shareholders where Vince McMahon expressed disappointment in the 296,000 pay-per-view buyrate for Summerslam compared to the over 350,000 buys the 2012 edition of the show received. This year’s main event had featured John Cena defending the WWE Championship against Daniel Bryan with Triple H as the guest referee. Despite working with a torn tricep, Cena put in a terrific performance which couldn’t have done a better job of putting Bryan over as a legitimate main eventer. Bryan, for his role, showed that he could compete on the big stage with wrestling’s biggest draw of the last decade. The pinfall finally came when Bryan struck Cena with a stiff-looking flying knee strike. It was a wonderfully orchestrated moment of triumph for the Indy Wrestling darling who made it to the business’s big leagues. A capacity crowd at L.A.’s Staples Center all chanting “YES! YES! YES!” in the kind of communal unison reserved for Democratic and Republican presidential nomination conventions. It was a replay of Shawn Michaels’ “boyhood dream” Wrestlemania 12 main event victory over Bret Hart, except Bryan is a genuinely likable and relatable character and thus better positioned to convey the sentimentality of the “boyhood dream coming true”. (more…)

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Hell in a Cell – A Thing of the Past?

This past Sunday I celebrated my sixth wedding anniversary. I lit a fire in the fire place, turned the lights low, and did what any living husband would do; I turned on WWE’s Pay Per View event Hell in a Cell. Thank God my wife is a wrestling fan! With much anticipation I looked forward to seeing CM Punk finally get his revenge on Paul Heyman, and witness the crowning victory of Daniel Bryan as he finally earned the championship. All week long, I watched The Best of Hell in a Cell DVD and listened as they spoke of the diabolical effects of the chamber. (more…)

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Three Way Dance: The Most Underrated Match Ever?

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The Three Way Dance, or shall I say the “Triple Threat” is arguably one of the most underrated kind of matches that have come about in the 21st century of wrestling. We can easy say that there are variety of these matches that we can choose from but are they any good? Some of the top guys in the Attitude era have been in triple threat matches, but those matches have story-line like endings, and screwy finishes. These matches have the ability to be good matches when the workers in the match put their all into the match and do their parts with precise timing. For instance, lets take it back to the ECW days, Tajiri, Little Guido, Jerry Lynn, & Super Crazy always put on amazing three way dances as Yoshihiro Tajiri was dubbed the “The King of The Three Way Dance” . There were never a time i can recall watching a match with these men and end up being disappointed as they were all different styles of wrestling, and still had the ability to potentially steal the show. (more…)

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Brains & Brawn: Cena vs. Sandow and Hogan vs. the Genius

This past Sunday night at WWE’s Hell in a Cell saw the return of John Cena to the active WWE roster. He was last seen on WWE TV on Raw the night after losing the WWE title to Daniel Bryan. During that appearance, Cena announced he was leaving to repair a torn tricep (the legitimate reason for the title change). Cena, whether by his own choice or at the behest of WWE, returned to action several months before he was due to return with a shot at Alberto Del Rio’s World Heavyweight Championship.  With the legitimate injury being worked into the match, Cena pulled off the comeback and defeated Del Rio for the WHC.  His celebration was set for the opening segment the next night on Raw where he declared once again “the Champ is here.” However the Intellectual Savior of the Masses, Damien Sandow, with a combination of smarts and vicious opportunism attacks John Cena. He then cashes in his Money in the Bank briefcase for an impromptu title match. One can imagine the late, great Gorilla Monsoon verbally admonishing Sandow for doing a “Pearl Harbor job” on Cena. (more…)

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