Wrestlemania 31 Review

By Chris Withers   As Wrestlemania started to die down, the final match had ended, people were still cheering, my thoughts began to form. Between technical difficulties, dull matches, two legacy matches, and a lack of forward momentum this will truly go down as one of the most meaningless Wrestlemanias in history. Many of my problems were preordained, of course. […]

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NXT Review

By Chris Withers 3/18 Tyler Breeze vs. Kalisto   Two high flying quick footed fighters, it’s like they wanted to make up for the boring filler episode last week. The match was great, it demonstrated the character evolution of Tyler Breeze into a much better villain. Breeze ultimately wins the match with a number of highlights, my personal favorite being […]

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NXT Right Now

By Chris Withers #1 Contenders Match Lucha Dragons vs. Enzo Amore/Colin Cassidy          Enzo and Cass were two guys that I always knew would go places. They have a very similar gimmick to The New Age Outlaws, in that they are pretty good wrestlers but make most of their fans by their comedy act. They come out and say […]

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WWE Fastlane Review

By Christopher Withers  Desperation. This is the word that could best be used to describe the WWE following their Pay-Per-View event in January, the Royal Rumble. The audience to that event reacted in the complete opposite way that the WWE had expected, and hoped, that they would. Wrestling is scripted, it’s a story unfolding in real-time, and thusly it’s subject […]

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NXT Takeover:Rival Review

  By Chris Withers The developmental territory for the WWE, the world’s most financially successful Professional Wrestling Company, has become something of an alternative brand to the main branch. This is largely because the main WWE story is absolutely terrible, while NXT also features far more talented members. It’s because of this that the NXT pay-per-views, or special events as […]

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