AND HE’S AWEEEESSSSSSOOOOOMMMMEEEEEE! A lot of people are up in arms that the Miz is the new WWE Champion. They feel he didn’t pay enough dues, or put in enough time to become the Champ. I personally have a different take on the situation because, as an interested observer, I tend to like it when […]
So it was Sunday morning and we just had a great show at the Balch Springs Recreation Center in Balch Springs, Texas. I was feeling good about the direction my Indy Pro Wrestling Company was going. So I made a few calls, invited over some of my close friends and decided we were going to […]
You are either Nexus or Against Us! That’s what they say, anyway. But I am beginning to really enjoy this whole storyline. WWE has FINALLY realized that younger talent needs to be brought along to help push the product to new heights. With the Undertaker likely only having a year or two at the most […]
Now that I have had the weekend to digest and reflect on the career, life and legacy of General Skandor Akbar, or Ak as those of us in the business call him, I can calmly, and less emotionally write about what he meant to me.
The past few years of WWE have been a bit stale and boring from my perspective. Now, before you get all bent out of shape, keep in mind I grew up in the “Attitude Era” of the WWE, and what we see today in comparison is a bit, well… bland. It lacks the attitude and edginess that it had back then.
This Week in Wrestling by Paul Fahey Week Commencing Monday 8th March 2010 Paul Fahey is an award winning writer and wrestling commentator from England. His experience ranges from commentating on Drew McIntyre’s pre-WWE matches and writing for websites on three continents to reviewing shows in Germany and holding face to face interviews with Mick […]