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WWE Reportedly Signs Uhaa Nation

WWE Reportedly Signs Uhaa Nation

The WWE have made their first big power move this year when it comes to signing developmental talent. After months of speculation following a December try-out, it’s being reported that Uhaa Nation is headed to the development center in Florida and, eventually, NXT. Compared to other indie stars they signed last year, Uhaa is merely a new face to the world. However, don’t count out his abilities. His track record spans five years, which mostly pitted him in Dragon Gate USA. However, once you see the man in action, it’s hard to deny why WWE took an interest. He has… continue reading

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Here’s How Chris Jericho Would Book WrestleMania 31

Here’s How Chris Jericho Would Book WrestleMania 31

So far, WrestleMania 31 shaping up to be a huge disappointment. WWE is still pushing Roman Reigns to be that top guy, so it’s likely he’ll get that title match (and win) against Brock Lesnar. There goes that “we listen to our audience” thing. It’s not all bad, though. We’re merely judging prematurely as most of the matches haven’t been confirmed. Just a bunch of speculation based on what’s happening. One bad main event doesn’t destroy an entire card that could be classic. If Chris Jericho was in the position to book the annual event, he’d be providing some interesting… continue reading

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WWE Ranks Their Top 10 Most Iconic Entrances

WWE Ranks Their Top 10 Most Iconic Entrances

A wrestler who succeeds in the business is a total package. He’s not only a great in-ring performer, but he (or she) can cut magnificent promos, wear their gimmick like they needed it to live, and provide fans with a memorable entrance every single show. A history spanning many, many decades means that the WWE would be sifting through possible choices for days. Debates probably ensued at the digital section of the HQ, steel chairs swung fearlessly in defense, and maybe even a broken table or two. All in all, they managed to narrow down the list for their top… continue reading

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Review: NXT Takeover REvolution

Review: NXT Takeover REvolution

When people say less is more, they mean it. NXT fits into that saying as the best brand under the WWE umbrella. Once a week, we get an hour programming on the Network, and four PPVs a year (that are two hours each). NXT is like DONDA in the fact that it takes a simple approach to everything. Storylines aren’t complex, and they’re simple to maximize the wrestling with some of the finest talents. December 11 marked their final PPV of the year with Takeover REvolution. It was hyped up in just the right way. Every match on the card… continue reading

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The Flintstones Meet WWE In The Stone Age Smackdown Trailer

The Flintstones Meet WWE In The Stone Age Smackdown Trailer

The WWE film studio has been making all sorts of attempts to succeed and provide something not available on the market. Last year, it was a mash-up of their company with Scooby Doo. That resulted in over five million dollars in sales, so it was only right that they continue their foray into cartoons. On March 17, 2015, they’ll be going way back in time to the stone age as they meet The Flintstones. Yabba-dabba-doo! In the trailer, Fred Flintstone gets the idea of putting together wrestling shows. The wrestlers get new, somewhat funny names, like John Cena-Stone, CM Punk-Rock… continue reading

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CM Punk Holds Nothing Back On Colt Cabana’s Podcast

CM Punk Holds Nothing Back On Colt Cabana’s Podcast

The silence has been broken. CM Punk departed from the WWE over 10 months ago in an unexpected move that left wrestling fans shocked and disappointed. Every now and then, rumors would surface about his status with the company. He’d shoot them down by simply saying he’s never going to wrestle in their company again. All of the details were withheld, and neither side would discuss the situation. Until now. Longtime friend Colt Cabana unleashed his latest edition of his podcast series, Art of Wrestling, last night with the first in-depth sit-down with CM Punk since his departure. He also… continue reading

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