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Tag Archives: Bray Wyatt
The WWE Has a Big Problem. Here’s the Solution. Really.
The WWE has a problem. Surprisingly, I’m not talking about anything related to stock value or corporate governance. I’m referring specifically to the aspect of pro wrestling that matters most to me as a fan: Storytelling. And, whether the creative … Continue reading
Posted in Commentary, Television Tagged Bad News Barrett, Bray Wyatt, CM Punk, Commentary, John Cena, Monday Night Raw, Pro Wrestling, Professional Wrestling, Television, The Miz, Wade Barrett, WWE 6 Comments
YES-lemania: The WrestleMania 30 Preview
A scant four weeks ago, I was convinced that WrestleMania XXX was in big trouble. It looked for all the world that the WWE had an almost insurmountable task ahead of it creatively. Specifically, it appeared as though the main … Continue reading
Where Does WWE Go From Here?
“Twitter friend” Matthew Timmons authors a must-read website for wrestling fans called kafabermetrics (a play on “Sabermetrics”) in which he dutifully tracks statistical information based on the performances of the various WWE superstars. Like a Bill James for the squared-circle set, … Continue reading
An Event of Unexpected Importance
When wrestling fans scour the television landscape in anticipation of pivotal moments in WWE history, the Tables, Ladders, and Chairs pay-per-view isn’t the top candidate to produce such moments. That’s an understatement. TLC is a “gimmick” pay-per-view, built around a … Continue reading
Posted in Commentary, Sports, Television Tagged Bray Wyatt, CM Punk, Commentary, Damien Sandow, Daniel Bryan, Dean Ambrose, HHH, John Cena, Kane, Professional Wrestling, Randy Orton, Sports, Stephanie McMahon, Tables Ladders and Chairs, Television, The Shield, TLC, WWE Leave a comment
The Most Transitional WrestleMania of All Time!
WrestleMania has always been a little different. From its inception, when it was the only annual pay-per-view in the World Wrestling Federation’s arsenal, celebrity involvement was a point of emphasis. From Liberace to Billy Martin to Muhammad Ali, the WWF … Continue reading →