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Survivor Series 2019 Review

NXT pulled double duty this past weekend, as they not only had their own TakeOver special at WarGames 2019 but they were involved in the classic Survivor Series pay-per-view for the first time ever. The theme here was brand supremacy and which brand will come out on top. 10 matches took place with three on the pre-show and four matches […]

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Survivor Series 2019 Predictions

Chicago will be the host of WWE’s second longest-tenured pay-per-view (next to WrestleMania) in Survivor Series. Not only did NXT have their own TakeOver special the night before, but they will be pulling double duty as they will be involved in Survivor Series for the first time. The buildup here has been great so far, with the shows invading other shows […]

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Crown Jewel 2019 Review

Last week, WWE went to Saudi Arabia once again for the second annual Crown Jewel. As stated in the preview a while back, this was the second time this year that the company traveled over there in the calendar year, with Super ShowDown taking place back in June. Much of these events have been surrounded in controversy but as a […]

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Crown Jewel 2019 Predictions

WWE makes the trip to Saudi Arabia for the second time this year as Crown Jewel is set to kick off on Halloween. Remember Crown Jewel a year ago? Let’s not. In all seriousness, we can all agree that last year’s event was probably one of the worst pay-per-views in WWE history (at least the main event). 2019, however, looks […]

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SummerSlam 2019 Review

WWE hosted their self proclaimed “Biggest Party of the Summer” on Sunday Night up north in Toronto, Canada. After an excellent TakeOver event from the NXT brand the night before, the main roster had a tough task to top it. 12 matches took place, with three on the pre-show and six had titles on the line. Did WWE out beat […]

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SummerSlam 2019 Predictions

The Scotiabank Arena arena has been busy this weekend, with NXT TakeOver: Toronto taking place Saturday Night and now WWE’s SummerSlam taking place Sunday Night. SummerSlam is considered WWE’s second-biggest pay-per-view, being right behind WrestleMania. Much like WrestleMania, SummerSlam has had its fair share of memorable moments. The 2019 edition of The Biggest Party of the Summer looks to have […]

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Extreme Rules 2019 Review

Sunday night in Philadelphia, PA was host to Extreme Rules 2019. While the past year’s event included many matches with “Extreme” stipulations, this year lacked in that category. 10 matches were advertised for the match but we ended the night with 13 matches total which included a surprise ending. How did Extreme Rules 2019 go? Here are my thoughts. Intercontinental […]

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Super ShowDown Review

WWE held its third network special in Saudi Arabia. Fans have not been behind the company’s decision to still have a show there given the controversy surrounding the country. Despite some backlash and superstars skipping the event, Super ShowDown still went on with 10 matches taking place including a cringe-worthy main event. Here are my thoughts on every match that […]

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WrestleMania 35 Review

WrestleMania 35 is in the books and right away I’ll tell you. It could be in the conversation as one of the best WrestleMania’s WWE has produced in recent years and could be in the conversation as on of the best of all-time. Time was the only concern here. The kickoff show started at 5 pm and the historic women’s […]

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WrestleMania 35 Predictions

We are finally here. WrestleMania 35. After NXT put together a classic TakeOver event Friday, WWE will try to one-up them in their biggest event of the year. 16 matches will take place tonight, which is a WrestleMania record and every title on the main roster will be on the line. It will be a long event but with the […]

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My 10 Favorite WrestleMania Matches Ever

If you are a wrestling fan then you obviously know about WrestleMania. It is the Super Bowl in the world of professional wrestling. There have been 34 WrestleManias with hundreds of matches with memorable (and sometimes unmemorable moments). In the spirit of WrestleMania 35 being tonight, I decided to share my 10 favorite WrestleMania matches of all time. Some of the […]

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10 Best WrestleMania Winning Percentages

Since it’s creation in 1985, over 400 wrestlers have participated in WrestleMania. In the spirit of ‘Maina season and being a stat-nerd, I decided to calculate each wrestlers record on the big stage. Here is a quick overview of how the list was made. I only counted Wrestlers who have competed in at LEAST FIVE matches. All matches (single, tag, […]

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Royal Rumble 2019 Review

WWE kicked off its pay-per-view calendar with the Royal Rumble. With 2018 seeing a decline in ratings from the WWE fans, the Rumble needed to start on a high note here heading into WrestleMania season. There were 10 matches total, including two exciting Royal Rumble matches. How did the PPV go? Here are my thoughts. Like the review of TakeOver: Phoneix, I’ll […]

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Royal Rumble 2019 Predicitons

WWE looks to kick off 2019 with their Royal Rumble pay-per-view. Taking place at Chase Field in Phoneix, Arizona (home of the Diamondbacks), this should be a great event. On top of the men’s and women’s Royal Rumble matches, we will also be seeing seven title matches with intriguing storylines in each of them. With nine matches total including two matches […]

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10 Best Royal Rumble Matches

The Royal Rumble has been a constant staple within the WWE. The rules are simple, two superstars entered the match a 1 and 2. Every 90 seconds, a new superstar enters until all 30 have entered the match. The only way to win is to outlast 29 other competitors by throwing them over the top rope. The match itself is […]

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The State of the Universal Championship

Back in the summer of 2016, the WWE brought back the brand extension. This meant that for both of their main shows, Raw and SmackDown, consist of two separate rosters. On July 16, 2016, then WWE Champion Dean Ambrose was drafted to the SmackDown brand. At the Battleground pay-per-view, Ambrose successfully defended his championship against Raw draftees Seth Rollins and Roman […]